If you are looking for land, a building for your enterprise, or an established business, this property offers interesting opportunities in a vibrant, growing region of the state. The ground floor is currently occupied by Studio B and Maggie’s Pub and the second floor by three residential rental units. The businesses and remaining are offered and can be purchased separately.
The substantial concrete block building has a poured concrete floor, and the lower part of the exterior is faced with stone. Floors are finished with Pergo laminate. The building has city water and the heating is electric.
Studio B is divided into two sections, a gallery focusing on local costume jewelry, knitting, pottery, painting and woodwork, and a wine/craft beer store. The store is outfitted with attractive shelving and a walk-in cooler and has the ability to sell beer by the keg. The shop sponsors a wine club and it has a going business supplying beer and wine for local weddings.
Maggie’s Pub is a popular watering hole and meeting place. Cozy and quaint on the inside, Maggie’s has a seasonal outdoor entertainment deck capable of serving three times as many people as the pub’s interior, and a spiral staircase leading to even more outdoor seating. The pub, which has a small prep kitchen, comes with an inventory of wine, beer and liquor, and it has 5 lottery machines with loyal patrons. The interior and exterior both have wall-mounted televisions. The covered and open outdoor area has a fire pit and a dartboard. Glasses, dishes, a drink cooler, a refrigerator-freezer and a chest freezer convey with the sale of the businesses.
Two of the upstairs rental apartments have 2 bedrooms and 1 bath. The third unit also has two bedrooms and a bath but is considered a studio because the bedrooms lack closets. The three apartments generate about $1800 monthly. There is also a strong demand for Airbnb rental units in Fayetteville where the apartments could be rented for additional cash flow.
This commercially zoned property is near the Summit Bechtel Reserve, a 14,000-acre facility operated by the Boy Scouts of America. The Reserve draws tens of thousands of scouts and their families both nationally and internationally. It hosts the National Scout Jamboree, has a high adventure base, and a training and leadership center.
Over the past 30 years Fayette County has become a popular tourist destination due largely to the New River Gorge, the “Grand Canyon of the East”. Leaf peepers, campers and adventure seekers come to the area for its scenic grandeur and recreational opportunities. Bridge Day, an annual festival held the third Saturday in October, is sponsored by numerous companies and draws about 100,000 people. It is the only day of the year BASE jumpers are permitted to parachute off the 876-foot bridge into the gorge below, and people are allowed to rappel. About 400 BASE jumpers participate.
An attractive multi-purpose property in a dynamic community, this could be the ideal home for your business.