1401 W Walnut Street

Washington, IN, 47501

  • Price $164,900
  • Sq. Ft.2858
  • MLS #201843503
STEP IN TO HISTORY inside in of Indiana's oldest bars. Beautiful original bar, barback/mirror and trophy case from 1885. Original wood floors in the front section. Busy bar and grill is known for their huge, hand-breaded tenderloins that satisfy and keep hungry customers coming back. Large meeting room hosts clubs, reunions, parties and dances. Extensive addition and renovations in 2011 with recently added water heater, 2 new fryers, rebuilt AC, replumbed water lines, and more. Clean and ready to make you money while having fun! Includes 3-way liquor license, secret tenderloin recipe, sound/karaoke and lighting equipment, DJ Booth, band stand, 5 new TVs, tables, chairs, inventory and supplies. Extra lot in back included for extra parking for those busy weekends. Low maintenance metal outside and well-maintained inside.

Annual Taxes: $2,151
  • CoolingCentral Air
  • ExteriorMetal
  • HeatingGas,Forced Air
  • LocationCity
  • Lot Size14170
  • Sale IncludesBuilding, Business, Furniture, Land, Inventory, License Included
  • SewageCity
  • Special FeaturesAir Pollution Cont. Eqmt,Delivery Door,Public Restrooms,Ventilating/Exhaust Fans,Cable,Refrigeration/Freezer
  • TownshipWashington
  • ParkingOff-Street,Street
  • WaterCity
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      Fax: (812) 882-8777

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    Gloria did an outstanding job for us! She went over and above by taking pictures, offering professional advice for staging, even assisting in getting estimates for remodel work.  We will use Gloria as our agent when we return to the area.
    Marcia & Richard Marion

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