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111 North Main Street, Rake, IA

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111 North Main Street, Rake, IA

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Price $ 40,000

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Property condition Commercial
Great Business Opportunity! Bar & Grill located in Rake Iowa with all the fixtures at a price you can't go wrong with. The property is amazingly clean and is set up and ready for new owners. Furnishings include bar, bar stools, tables, chairs, stainless steel kitchhen equipment and buffet/salad bar station. Besides the main bar area there is a patio and a bonus room great for private parties or meetings.

If you have thought of owning your own business you will not find a better deal than this.

Call Pam Yegge at 641-590-3471 for your private showing
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