Exceptional opportunity to own a historic brick and stone building with an established business in the thriving and friendly town of Arcola, Saskatchewan. Known as the 'Opera House" and "High House" this solid brick building was constructed in 1905 of local brick in an unadorned version of the Queen Anne style. It served as first consolidated location for many municipal services, including the fire hall, jail, and town offices, as well as an opera hall located under a 2-storey high vaulted ceiling on the second floor. One of the original jail cells is still in the basement. The building was renovated in 1991 as a restaurant and saloon with one of the longest bars in Western Canada and is now home to Buddy's Pub. Income is generated through Buddy's Pub but there is also potential income from the vacant main floor space that has commercial kitchen and dining space. Included with the sale on the same lot is a 40'x40' insulated and heated shop that could also be leased out for additional income. This place is a must see.
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