Open your new business, an additional location, or move your current business to Richland Center. This former restaurant can be reused or space can be suited to accommodate most any type of retail business. There is approximately 3,000 sq ft on the main floor with an additional 3,000 sq ft basement which includes space that could be used as a private office or extra storage. The property is for sale only (no lease) and is being sold "as-is". Some existing restaurant equipment is negotiable if interested.
This highly visible location, centered in downtown Richland Center, sees over 8100 cars daily according to current WIDOT traffic counts. Its large municipal rear parking lot provides easy access to the attractive patio entrance.
Many features of the property include:
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3,000 square feet main level with large dining/retail area and kitchen.
Solid oak doors and oak trim custom milled and hand made from locally harvested wood.
Tin cove ceiling accents in front dining/retail area
Oak trim and large oak baseboards with cap molding, custom milled to replicate traditional style molding.
Water boiler and dedicated radiant heat in the front dining room with cast iron reconditioned radiators including, 2 HVAC power units for zoned heat and air conditioning throughout. The front window dining room radiators prevent window condensation and keep the windows and sills dry. Note: with many commercial building codes, traditional radiant heat is rare. These hard-to-find window radiators were salvaged from Chicago and fully reconditioned to match the existing radiators; a very special touch to the classic ambiance.
Textured plaster walls with picture moldings, track lighting and panel fans.
Large front display dining room windows for natural lighting with classic transom window above.
Three 4X4 skylights for natural lighting and added ambiance.
Maple hardwood dining room flooring and ceramic tile.
Centrally located handicap accessible bathrooms.
Large dedicated dishwashing area with a pass-through window.
Clean open kitchen and a separate prep kitchen near dishwashing room.
16-foot stainless exhaust hood suspended from I-beam truss and accessible for cleaning which is also connected to its own fire suppression system.
12-foot ceilings on the main floor and 9-foot ceilings in the 3,000 square foot open basement.
Wider-than-average (4 ft) reinforced stairway for heavy loads.
Walk-in Refrigerator and private office.
Two separate 200 amp panels with separate external disconnects. 3 separate circuit breaker panels. Single-phase and 3-phase electrical for specific restaurant equipment.
Attractive rear entrance accessible to patio and municipal parking lot
My interest in real estate began in 1998 while I was employed as a personal assistant for a successful real estate agent. That experience taught me a great deal about the sales side of the industry and the importance of organization, time management, and client relations. I was later employed as a closing coordinator for a legal firm that specialized in real estate transactions; that's where I saw the legal side of the industry and how properties are conveyed from one owner to another. Years later, employed as a corporate secretary for a land developer, I saw how suburban neighborhoods are created and developed. I became familiar with plat maps, instituted homeowners' associations, recorded deeds at the local registry, and occasionally attended closings on behalf of the company. Now, I'm a licensed facilitator utilizing the knowledge and experience I've gained over the years to benefit buyers and sellers in Wisconsin's Driftless Region.
I am known among my friends, associates, and clients as a caring agent, sensitive to the needs of those I serve and as a person who truly cares about what is important to them. I have a passion for service and build relationships with my clients whenever I can, often going above and beyond the call of duty to ensure I'm providing them with the best possible communication, client service, and satisfaction.