As a child of the 1980's (no I wasn't BORN in the 1980's but it was the era in which I did the majority of my maturing) I am a HUGE HUGE fan of rollerskating.
When I ran across this place I actually let out a squeak.
This place reminds me so much of Broyles Arena in Pittsfield, MA. My family has a house in that area and we used to spend every weekend up there.Every weekend my sister and I could be found lacing up our skates and zooming around the rink to Van Halen's "Jump".
We would spend HOURS skating, only taking breaks to scoot to the snack bar to get our favorite treat: a Slush Puppy. My house was a no sugar zone so the Slush Puppy was something we looked forward to with great anticipation and delight.
You see this rink has a slush puppy machine.... I might faint from the happiness.
I TOTALLY get that rollerskating is a bit of a dinosaur these days but this rink could be an amazing place if marketed right.
Theme nights, black light skating, jazz up the food offerings, see about getting a liquor license. (Happy parents mean their kids skate more!)
It's AWESOME and I'd love to own it!
For Sale: $299,900
Single Family:10,842 sq ft
Lot:196,020 sq ft
Iconic Canadohta Roller Skating Rink - Turn-key business with snack bar and roller skating business. Hawthorne Beach Allotment. 135'x65' of hardwood. Features 51 lots along with a mobile home included as rental and a potential to buy a second (currently on property). So much potential and so many possibilities for this property. Also includes a 3 bedroom/2 bath attached home with three-tiered deck to enjoy the Canadohta Lake summers. Home also has a lot of hardwood floors along with a woodburning fireplace. Built-in storage spaces throughout the house. So much more and so much history.
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