18 Main StreetAshland, ME 04732MLS Number 1361947

  • Price: $144,900
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  • 1998Year Built

Unique business opportunity! Fully established bar and tavern that is currently open for business! Many recent renovations and updates. Listing includes real estate and business.

Listed by Big Bear Real Estate Company

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Bangor, ME 04401

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Location Information

  • Building Number18
  • StreetMain Street

Building

  • BasementSlab
  • Retail Square Footage1600
  • Year Built1998
  • FoundationSlab
  • Building ConstructionWood Frame
  • RoofMetal

Property Information

  • Property UsesBar/Tavern/Lounge
  • Zoning OverlayNo

Photos

  • Number of Photos18
  • Last Img Trans Date09/10/2018

Tax Information

  • Tax Year2,015

Location

  • StateME
  • TownAshland
  • Zip04732
  • CountyAroostook
  • Map44

Property

  • Sq Ft Finished Total1600
  • Fee FrequencyAnnually
  • Leased LandNo

Other

  • View Count10

Basic Information

  • List Price$144,900
  • MLS Number1361947
  • Address18 Main Street
  • Broker NameBig Bear Real Estate Company
  • Modification Date12/10/2018
  • StatusACT
  • Agent ID019400
  • Broker ID2393

Utilities

  • Heat SystemDirect Vent Heater
  • Heating FuelK-1/Kerosene, Propane
  • Waste Water DisposalPublic Sewer
  • WaterPublic
  • CoolingNone
  • ElectricCircuit Breakers
  • GasBottled

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