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Avery County, NC Businesses For Sale

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Wood Products Mfg. Facility
$750,000 Seller Financing
Wood Products Mfg. Facility

Newland, NC

Rare Woods Mfg. Inc. is a wood products manufacturing facility that specialized in milling and supplying hardwood paneling, flooring, moldings, fireplace mantles and specialty cuts for the high country. The facility includes a hardwoods showroom and office, electric kiln, machine shop and 3 storage bays. The facility is turn-key and fully stocked with approximately 70,000 brd feet of lumber in dry storage.

Jewelry Store in resort town of Banner Elk, NC
$750,000
Jewelry Store in resort town of Banner Elk, NC

Banner Elk, NC

Now available - prime building, business and real estate in downtown Banner Elk. Owner is retiring after 17 very profitable years. Business - Baltzley's Fine Jewelry - transfers with the sale. AGS certification also transfers, for a jeweler. Directly in front of historic Banner Elk School, and fronts on Shawneehaw Avenue. Includes custom showcases, storage rooms, office and large workshop area. Safe, alarm and camera system in place. Includes private parking and an outbuilding. Inventory negotiable. This is one of the few remaining retail or office sites left in Banner Elk, and it is very well located - next to the old Banner Elk Schoolyard, site of the Wooly Worm Festival and 23,000 visitors annually. Business has thrown off huge profits over the years allowing the owner to lead a great lifestyle and buy much surrounding real estate!

Landmark Resort Area Restaurant & Tavern
$340,000 Seller Financing
Landmark Resort Area Restaurant & Tavern

Banner Elk, NC

Truly the best location in "The High Country" of Banner Elk, NC in direct view from below of Grandfather mountain and 2 miles from Sugar Mtn. and its ski slopes. Located at the main highway intersection in this area, this 31 year restaurant & pub has prospered in the same great location and consistent concept with a casual atmosphere and broad-based appeal. *****The key to this business for a new owner-operator would be to bring food/bev. costs down from the present very high 50% to a normal 30-32%. This can mean upwards of an additional 150K cash flow to add to the present 50K, allowing the new owner(s) upwards of 200K a year.