222 Daisy Street
Soap Lake, WA 98851 ·
12,500 SF · Land For Sale
|Lot Size||12,500 SF||APN / Parcel ID||81574000|
|Property Type||Land||Zoning Description||Commercial|
|Property Sub-type||Retail (land)||Features||
|Property Use Type||Vacant/Owner-User|
|Listing ID: 16235820||Date Created: 05/13/2009||Last Updated: 05/27/2009|
|Lot Size||12,500 SF||Commission Split||3%|
|Lot Type||Retail (land)|
WA Brokers and Selling Restaurants presents this restaurant "including real estate" in this scenic lake side resort town. Tourist and fishing season are right around the corner so seize this opportunity now before its too late! The seller is highly motivated to consider all "reasonable" offers to avoid potential foreclosure in early March, and this hot opportunity is priced right for a quick sale! This was always a busy restaurant grossing approx. $300k per year until a divorce closed it down. Now is the time to seize this exceptional opportunity to own one of only two restaurants in the heart of this scenic lake side resort town. Restaurant is basically fully equipped with some deferred maintenance. Owner agrees it needs a good cleaning, new carpet, and some minor roof repair. The restaurant is currently closed but the equipment and fixtures are in good working condition. This is a family-style restaurant that seats approximately 100 people.
The restaurant property sits on a large 100' X 125' lot with plenty of parking right off a busy street in this resort town. It is located on route 17 which is a major tourist highway in the summer time, and has just been designated as a Scenic Byway called the Coulee Corridor in an increased effort to drive side trip traffic off I-90. The 2008 Tax Assessed Value is $94,900.
You may learn more info about this area at . Soap Lake (population 1,777 in 2003) is located in Grant County, in central Washington approximately 180 miles from Seattle and 125 miles from Spokane. It is 21 miles from Moses Lake (population 15,000), and 5 miles from Ephrata (population 7,000), and is integrated economically and socially with both cities.
Soap Lake is surrounded by extraordinary outdoor recreation and cultural assets that contribute to quality of life and tourism development. Key highlights include the Lake and geology, warm climate, Coulee Corridor Scenic Byway, 140 fishing lakes, 6 state parks and wildlife refuges, 19 golf courses, 3 casinos, hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails, museums, galleries, wineries and other tourist attractions and services.
- Restaurant on Large Lot Includes Real Estate!
- One of only two restaurants in resort town
- Fully equipped kitcken in good working condition
- Priced to Sell and Accepting All Reasonable Offers!!!
- Updated building
- Hot, Hot, Hot!!!
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