Under no circumstance should any potential Buyer enter the property and/or discuss the sale with any of the employees without being accompanied by Seller or Seller's agent. This is an ongoing and operating bar/restaurant known as the Spread Eagle in downtown Mt. Ephraim. This building is only 5 years old and has every imaginable upgrade, all state of the art equipment and top of the line furniture and fixtures. The property boasts 4,800 sq. ft. on the main level, 2,400 sq. ft. basement with 3 walk-in boxes, and a 600 sq. ft. office on the upper level with its own bathroom. Property also features a 30x24 outdoor patio. There are 22 parking spots onsite with additional on street parking available. Sale includes a "33" consumption liquor license which also allows for the sale of packaged goods. Great opportunity to own a business in a conveniently located area in Camden County. Come grab this heck of a deal as the economy continues its upswing. Maximum occupancy of 160 people, features 400 amp services, and 21 camera security system. Call for additional details and a full list of FF&E.
Listing courtesy of Piccolo Realty, LLC.
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