116 E Grand River
Laingsburg, MI 48848
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Twilligers Tavern has been a mainstay in downtown Laingsburg for many years with the location having deep historic roots in the city. Beautiful wood back bar is original and can be seen in historical photos. Building has been well-maintained and offers two dining areas, two pool tables and additional counter area. There is additional parking behind the building. This business opportunity is a great value and money-maker that includes all real estate, FF&E and a class C liquor license. Tons of potential being one of the only restaurants in the city and having two store fronts on Grand River. Square footage is approx. No land contracts.

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Property Details
Status: Active
County: Shiawassee
Taxes: $1,507
Acreage: 0.7
Lot Dimensions: 25x115
Price/SqFt: $100
Zoning: Commercial
Current Use: Bar/Tavern,Restaurant
Water: Public
Site Description: 1/2+ thru 1 Acre
Sub Property Type: Commercial Sale
Possession: AC
Above Grade Finished SqFt 3,000
Year Built: 1880
Comm. Retail Space: 3000.00
Heating: Forced Air
Listing Office: Coldwell Banker Hubbell Briarwood-Holt
Office Address: 2040 N. Aurelius Rd.
Listing Number: 257442
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