This iconic building has been home to one of the Berkshires most beloved businesses for over 50 years. Built in 1731 as the Egremont Tavern stage coach stop, it was expanded in the 1960s. The 2.2 acre lot provides substantial parking. The historic front section offers unique features like stone floors and exposed beams and fireplaces. The rest of the building consists of a series of lovely rambling spaces with rustic elements on the main and lower levels, and two rental apartments upstairs (one 3/1, one 1/1). This property offers a buyer an extraordinary opportunity: either take a landmark winter sports specialty retailer to the next place in its evolution, or create a new business in this remarkable location. (Business will be sold independent of the real estate.)
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