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Currently the popular Evans Street Station, the building also served as the city’s fire station prior to the owners purchasing the building from the city and converting to a restaurant 20+ years ago. It features beautifully renovated interior spaces, massive windows and a gas fieldstone fireplace. The main dining area features one year old custom made Amish furniture and the main and bar areas can accommodate 90 guests, with a private dining room seating up to 50, and outdoor patio welcoming 40 for a total of 180 seats. Additional outdoor seating may be permitted by city.
All furniture, fixtures and equipment (including Point of Sale) is included in the sale price. The cooler and walk in freezer have new compressors. Upstairs has large office and storage area with a washer and dryer. Equipment list available upon request.
Included is a class C liquor license with additional bar permit, SDM retail (to go beer and wine sales), and catering capabilities.
Ample municipal parking is adjacent to the building.
There’s a lot of history behind Tecumseh as it was one of the first three settlements in the state of Michigan. It’s also an absolutely wonderful place to raise a family, and you can get three times the house for the money than in markets such as Ann Arbor. Tecumseh is on the outskirts of the Irish Hills, which consist of over 50 beautiful lakes in the area.
For a small town, the food scene is remarkable here. Evans Street Station was one of first restaurants in the state of Michigan to showcase local ingredients in its scratch, exhibition kitchen. Across the street, Arlo at Tecumseh Bread and Pastry just became the seventh master baker in the United States and was recently named one of Food & Wine’s top 100 bakeries. Next door at the Boulevard Market, John and Erika are cheese makers, one of the few bean to bar chocolate producers in the country, and the very first producers to be licensed to ferment dry cured salami in Michigan. Tecumseh also has a fantastic brewery and many wineries in the immediate area with even more on the outskirts. It is a haven for day-trippers!
If you’re looking for a change of pace, this is the opportunity for you, and the price is right for a fully outfitted operation.
For more information on this turn key restaurant or commercial opportunity, call Mike Jurgenson, CCIM, (734-222-7522, firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jeff Evans (734-926-0222, email@example.com).