Monday, April 21, 2008

Cantina Restaurant

Listing: #00040252Asking price: $475,000

This historically restored 1864 commercial building on the corner of Main Street and Rt 28 in Andes, is currently running as an 84 seat restaurant/bar with an additional 16 seats outdoors. It is a one-of-a kind example of Gothic Revival architecture, built and designed by Lt. Dowie, a lieutenant in the Civil War. Although the building is now "Cantina", a popular restaurant, it was originally "Dixon's General Store". There have been no significant changes since the original design. The upstairs consists of a large 2 BR 1 BA apartment, ideal if a chef/owner would care to owner occupy the building, and there is an additional studio apartment that could be rented out as well.

Year Built:1864
3/4 Baths:4
Dining Room:50 x 40
Kitchen:20 x 11
Extra Room:15 x 7.6 off
Total Taxes:2,545.14

Busy Mexican restaurant in historic Village of Andes. Circa 1864 Greek Revival features meticulously preserved architectural detail including high ceiling, cornice and crown moldings, original windows and skylight, and wide board floors. 2000 square foot restaurant seats 84 inside and 16 outside summer seats. It is being offered fully equipped and appointed. Upstairs are two apartments; a 5 room, 2 bedroom unit and a studio apartment. The property is almost one-quarter acre in size and has a parking lot. Municipal water and sewer. Oil-fired hot air heating system with all new duct work. Property taxes: Approximately $2,700/year.

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