House, Barn, Commercial Kitchen

Listing was updated at: 04/23/2020
Property Overview
Price/Rent PSF $ 550,000.00
Asset Type Mixed use
Trade Type Sale
SQ. FT. Available 5,000
Date Available 03/30/2018
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This unique property is a must see! 5792 Shepherdstown Road, Martinsburg, WV is set along high traffic location on Rt. 45 between the historic towns of Shepherdstown and Martinsburg.

Restauranteurs, Investors, Event Planners…This unique property is a must see and priced to sell!

The property boasts a beautiful colonial 2 Bedroom home and an enormous restored barn set on 1.38 acres of busy roadside frontage in between the historic towns of Shepherdstown and Martinsburg, West Virginia. Uses for the barn are as limitless as your imagination, and do not exclude repurposing it for a beautiful and unique attached dwelling!

The barn includes a European style bakery with a commercial kitchen, a charming dining area, and a small banquet hall. In addition, the 1900’s barn features a beautiful chestnut, cathedral-ceilinged open space with reinforced lofts to host guests, bands or expand your business as you see fit.

Commercial Kitchen
The Alpine-style kitchen includes brand new Hobart dishwasher, Viking range, large propane/electric convection oven, hood, and fire suppressant system, as well as assorted stainless steel workstations and other commercial equipment. Ideal spot to host cooking lessons or simply invite guests for a sneak peek into this stunning commercial kitchen.

Cafe Seating Area
Vintage style swing doors open to a middle room highlighted by a lighted, European store shop style bay window, handcrafted by Stewart Willems, area architect, artisan, and carpenter. Willems also utilized wood from a 200 plus-year-old cabin throughout the first floor renovations.

Banquet Hall Area
Bettina Messersmith, the wall muralist, rendered the faux woodgrain soffits, window pane designs, old world style paintings on doors, and many interior touches. The front door and support posts of this event reception/ party/dinner theatre/room have been carpenter-enhanced with more original, hardwood chestnut. Enjoy a private office, and the convenience of a full bathroom with a shower unit, as well as a, conveniently tucked away washer and dryer room. Outdoor mural paintings are also the work of area artist, Bettina Messersmith.

Restored Barn:
The large, upstairs, cathedral style barn is a rarity. Approximately 120 years old, it was crafted from area chestnut trees during a chestnut blight. The owner has supported the lofts and added wide stairs to accommodate band equipment and your large numbers of guests. The vintage crystal chandelier conveys, as well as a large supply of
seasoned, natural chestnut beams to complete the railings and add other matching, touches. Stairs by Ralph Brown, assisted by Adrian Willems.