A boutique cheesemaking operation near the town of Asheville, NC, aims to tempt a possible purchaser.
The home is stated for $875,000 with Bethany Behrmann of Engel & Volkers Asheville.
The distribute incorporates a a few-bedroom, chink-log cabin created in 1985 and the creamery, which was extra in 2008.
The house owners of On the lookout Glass Creamery are using the vats to their new place, but the walk-in coolers and stainless-metal prep places will continue to be. The log cabin, which is becoming offered furnished, is also out there as a brief-term trip rental.
“It’s thoroughly outfitted—pots and pans, linens, anything you want,” Behrmann suggests.
Behrmann says the sellers are relocating in purchase to expand their company.
The creamery created 12,000 kilos of cheese per year and other dairy items for local dining establishments and stores, like Williams-Sonoma. The retail shop experienced profits of $200,000.
The residence has parking area for about 15 autos, and there is space to include a bakery, roaster, or brewer, the listing agent implies.
The town of Asheville is just 12 miles northeast of Fairview.
“It’s a seriously artistic, artsy place,” says Behrmann. “This spot will enchantment to folks looking to reinvent on their own. On a countrywide stage, we’re listening to from people today interested in the creamery.”
The customer could continue to rent out the log cabin, and “the creamery could simply be transformed to a limited-time period rental as very well,” suggests Behrmann. There is presently a kitchen, a bathtub, and an upper-stage dwelling spot with a fuel stove.
The 1.2-acre home arrives with a pasture, garden, coop, and outside cooking space, which includes a pizza oven.