3188 SUMNEYTOWN PIKE, Green Lane, Pennsylvania
3188 SUMNEYTOWN PIKE, Green Lane, Pennsylvania 18054 - Sumneytown Hotel is for sale for the first time in 50 years. Own a piece of history. In 1762 The Red Lion Inn was established by Isaac Sumney at the prominent fork in the road at the center of the village. In the early 1800's the hotel was a popular stop for stagecoach, teamsters and other visitors. In 1812 the hotel was damaged by fire, razed and the existing building was built on the old foundation. The new building was 3 stories high with a two story brick kitchen attached. The Hotel was purchased by its present owner, John Burke in 1967. The building now consists of a 6,480 sf 3 story building on .44 acres zoned village commercial. First floor footprint is 2730 sf, 2nd floor 2100 sf and 3rd floor 1650 sf. The triangle shaped parcel has 283ft frontage on Main St and 270 ft frontage on Gerryville Pike. Parking for 25+ cars. Restaurant seats 58 people and bar area seats 41. Full Kitchen includes large hood with Ansul system, Dual Oven,6 top burner, 2 deep fryers (electric & gas) ice cream freezer, Dishwasher, food prep sink, 3 bay pot sink, Ice machine and walk-in refrigerator. Current bar was installed in 1883. Back wall of bar made of Red Oak, bar rail and counter top made of Mahogany. 2nd floor consists of 1 bedroom apartment, 1 full bath and 5 additional rooms (some could be bedrooms), two of the additional rooms are stubbed out for bathrooms. 3rd floor consists of 5 bedrooms and 2 full baths. Basement consists of above ground oil tanks, oil fired boiler, gas water heaters, washer dryer hookups, general storage, one car garage and workshop. Sale includes land, building, Montgomery County LIQUOR LICENSE (R), business name, Furniture fixtures and equipment. All artwork, pictures and some select antiques are not included in the sale. Present structure was built in 1885 and the original foundation was built in 1762.
Listing Courtesy of Coldwell Banker Preferred-Blue Bell