2470 STURDIES BAY ROAD
2470 Sturdies Bay Road, Galiano Island, V0N 1P0
Islands-Van. & Gulf
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2 Storey,Live/Work Studio
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Marcus & Millichap are proud to offer for sale one of the most unique properties on Galiano Island. The existing structure was built in 1902 and at present consists of a restaurant/diner facility which has previously seen extensive use as a restaurant with full liquor license for the interior as well as the patio. The property has an additional owners suite below which at present is 2 bedroom, but has potential to be converted to a large 3 bedroom suite as either an owner's suite or additional rental unit. At present the premises are awaiting tenants and your vision. So close to the ferry, this great location is primed to catch all of the summer vacationing traffic and would be absolutely perfect to be revitalised into the funky, convenient restaurant/bar it used to be.
Central Location,Lane Access,Marina Nearby,Recreation Nearby,Rural Setting,Shopping Nearby
Freezer,Other - See Remarks,Range Top,Storage Shed,Wet Bar
Listing Courtesy of
Marcus & Millichap
Listing information last updated: Wed Jan 01 2020 08:01:26 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
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