3385 State Route 97, Barryville, NY 12719
You can’t miss this iconic corner property as you drive through Barryville, a charming hamlet perched on a hill above the Delaware River. With frontage on three different roads for maximum visibility and 1.2 park-like acres, it features a mixed-use building, sprawling lawn, outdoor dining space, and abundant parking! This building is perfectly positioned to be subdivided to accommodate multiple commercial tenants or ventures.
2022 Gross Revenue
2022 Gross Revenue
The expansive first floor was most recently set up as the beloved and fully activated Barryville General, with a commercial kitchen, grocery and general store, and refrigeration and cold room. There's also a small co-working area and coffee bar in the rear, and a separate space used as a "music room."
The street-level portion of the basement was most recently run by a Brooklyn chef as the popular General Jerk, and provides a fun way to bring in another full-time or pop-up commercial tenant. A simple secondary kitchen adjoins a one-room restaurant, featuring a cute bar, indoor and outdoor dining options, and garage-style entryway.
Previously run as a separate ice cream parlor with window service, this sweet spot makes the most out of the beautiful outdoor dining and fire pit areas the property has to offer. And, it's yet another space for a potential commercial tenant.
The entire second story is a bright, airy apartment with its own private entrance. It has a simple kitchenette, two large bedrooms, one full bathroom and lovely river views. This residential space provides a variety of ways to generate additional income: as a profitable short-term or long-term rental, or even to accommodate visiting chefs or to use for employee housing.
This sprawling, gently sloping 1.2-acre property has river views and a huge lawn. Outdoor dining, events and markets, music and games – the possibilities are plentiful! With tons of open, cleared space, there's room for a garden and a seamless expansion of the existing dining/fire pit set up.
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The western Catskills have seen significant growth over the last 4 years (and the New York Post agrees), benefiting from an influx of new homeowners, businesses, and tourists looking to enjoy various activities in and around the Delaware River.
Barryville is one of the quintessential “river towns” that makes this such a special destination. The charming farmers market — with live music, cooking demos, and local food and coffee vendors draws a crowd every Saturday. Travelers and locals alike come through to enjoy the cute shops, antiquing, and the tubing, kayaking, and white water rafting on the river.