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"Cistern School House Bar" between Flatonia & Smithville. Historic school house updated 2005 historically correct~all long leaf pine wood~11.5' tall bead board ceilings~walls tongue&groove~original floors~11' bi-fold doors divide stage & bar area. 13 built-in coolers hold 44 beers ea. 60X24' outdoor covered BBQ area. 3 phase wiring 600 AMP capability, 3 chimneys, 2-800 lb ice machines, refrigs, furniture, fixtures, glassware, etc. 2005-siding,windows,doors. 2004-roof. Bus barn 1,008 SF. 100% minerals!
Love the grocery business? This must-see established and profitable Grocery Store in downtown Flatonia just needs a little TLC to take it to the next level. An operating meat-market, this store is a community-staple and practically running itself with great local employees. With a little more than 7,000 Sq Ft, ample room for additional business activities. Just blocks from Interstate 10, located between Houston and San Antonio. This is a must see opportunity!
REDUCED! Fabulous Location and history. This 6612 sqft building has 14 rooms of different sizes with sinks, a kitchen area, 2 offices with built in bookshelves a door with service ramp. The 2 story portion was "the Leicester Hotel, the first in Flatonia, which was built about 1874. This building would make a great multiple retail location, such as antique mall, general retail, skating rink, event center - you choose its next life. Bring all offers. The anticipated rail station is not far from property. FCAD has this property valued at $355,0170, so asking price is a great value.(per the Spring 2013 Visitors Guide by JEFF WICK The Fayette County Record) "Flatonia's past is tied to the railroads and so is their future as in the Fall of 2012 Amtrak officials announced that the quaint town in wouthern Fayette County would soon become a permanent stop in the Sunset limited train line. Recently the first comprehensive study about the potential impact of Flatonia's new Amtrak train stop has been released - and the numbers are significant. According to a study done by LCRA's community and Economic Developm