Operating PA Insp. Station, Gas Station, Retail Store and Restaurant in Fulton Co. Right Off Of the PA Turnpike. Also has an upstairs apartment.
Andrew W. and Joni M. Park Property. Owners are retiring.
29558 Great Cove Road, Fort Littleton, PA 17223
Dublin Twp., Fulton Co., Parcel 05-05-123, Deed 256 Page 1, annual real estate taxes are $ 6,544.
This property is 1.19 acres in size with frontage on Rt. 522, and is ¼ mile from the Fort Littleton exit of the PA Turnpike.
This property has six service bays with overhead doors. Two of these bays are higher and could accommodate car lifts, but there are presently no lifts in this building. There is an oil change pit for easy vehicle servicing on the back side of the one of the bays. This is a PA Inspection station and the inspection specific tools will stay with this property. None of the shop tools or inventory will stay with the property.
This service area could be operated with additional mechanics and a paint booth could be built here for body work and painting. This area has an office and additional separate storage for parts and supplies. This section of this building is approx. 41’ X 74’ in size. Part if this section of the building has oil, hot air heat and there is a 275 gal. above ground storage tank. The section of this building with the four bays was built in 2001. The Owners will leave the compressor in the shop.
This property has three grades of gasoline, on road diesel and off road diesel. There are two sets of pumps, with filling available on both sides of the pumps. There is a 12,000 gallon gas tank with 8,000 gal. section for 87 grade and 4,000 gal. section for 93 grade. For the mid grade gas, these two grades are automatically mixed together.
There is a 6,000 gal. tank for diesel with a 4,000 gal. section for on road diesel and a 2,000 gal. section for off road diesel. There is a 1,000 gallon propane tank that is owned by Shipley Co. that they sell propane from.
These owners have a retail store here where they sell car batteries, some auto accessories, convenience store type groceries, bread, milk and operate a small restaurant and deli. They have a Bay Marie cooler station for sub / sandwich ingredients, a pizza oven and a small grill. This food area of this business has great potential for growth.
They have tables and chairs for customer seating. They have customer Men’s and Women’s restrooms in the retail store. There is a large cooler for drinks, and a glass front deli case. All required food licenses are in place. They do not sell PA Lottery tickets and it is believed that that product would do well here. This section of this building is approx. 39’ X 52’. This area has central AC, and oil, hot air heat with a 500 gal. above ground storage tank for heating oil. This retail section of the store was built in 1999. There is a bathroom with a shower on the first floor and there is a half bath near the kitchen. None of the inventory is included in the price, but would be for sale separately.
This married couple run this business by themselves with no hired labor. They are getting older and wanting to retire. They purchased this property in 1997.
This property has a drilled well and public sewer. The sewer cost is $ 210 per month. This property has some contamination of the ground water, and the owners have insurance for remediation. Testing was just done in April 2019, by McKee Environmental, Inc. and the report is available upon request. The Geologist stated that many properties have these situations and are sold subject to these conditions.
There is a one bedroom apartment on the second floor with a living room, closet area and storage room. This smaller storage room could be used as a bedroom. There is no kitchen in this section. This would be a great property for the Owners to live on the second floor and operate the business.
This property offers many possibilities to a Buyer. These Owners are not open on Sunday. This business is on the way to Raystown Lake and along a well traveled work route for people going to and coming home from work. This township is easy to work with and this property could be used in a different way or potentially modified to allow another business to be run here. The addition of lottery sales would make a difference here, as well as an expanded menu of take out food items.
This property has lots of upside potential for income and uses.
Price is $ 375,000
Call John Mattilio, Broker, Farm And Land Realty, Inc. 717-917-4682