Saturday, February 28, 2015

General Lafayette Inn is back on the market

Sovereign Bank, which acquired the property in a foreclosure, is asking $1.35 million

General Lafayette Inn is back on the market

The General Lafayette Inn in Lafayette Hill is back on the market.

Sovereign Bank, which acquired the property in a foreclosure, is asking $1.35 million.

The inn, on Germantown Pike just north of Chestnut Hill, was last operating as a brewpub. It closed in September 2010.

Kevin Barmann of Keller Williams is handling the sale; he says the package includes the restaurant, brewery equipment, liquor license, five-bedroom bed and breakfast, two parcels of land, and the cottage.

A patrons association that has formed to support the restaurant when it reopens. 

Listing is here.

Michael Klein Philly.com
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