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Chester, CT - Former Chart House

129 W. Main St. - Chester, Connecticut

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Why Buy This Property

As you drive into the property, crossing a small bridge, you see Pattaconk Brook and a roaring waterfall.  Park and walk through a covered footbridge, then you will enter this 1900 building and admire the original artifacts from the original Mill. Effectively the restaurant and building were rebuilt in 1976, since then, many upgrades to the mechanicals have been added.

  • 7,427 sq. ft. 
  • Area - 3.9 acres
  • 3 Stories
  • 4 Restrooms
  • Construction - Frame on a concrete foundation with asphalt shingle roof
  • HVAC - Heat Pump, Central air conditioning - split system with wall unit
  • Utilities - Electric, telephone, cable, private well, public sewer connected and septic
  • Parking Lot
  • Zoning - R-1
  • Year Built - 1900
  • County - Middlesex
  • Real Estate Taxes - $21,992

HISTORY

Originally a working mill then ultimately transformed into a Chart House Restaurant -- this corporation chose only spectacular properties!  After 20 years of operating as the Chart House, the manager purchased the property and successfully it as Sages. Then, the Giannopoulos family purchased the property and turned it into Brushmill by the Waterfall. This restaurant is well known, loved, and a remarkable #1 Steak House. It hasn’t been uncommon for guests to wait up to two hour on a weekend when the Terris Theater has a show or the weather is simply alluring to just going out and enjoying dinner in a beautiful setting.

 

INSIDE

Inside you are drawn to explore the rustic beauty in every room and the amazing character and history. One outstanding feature is the lower level bar which made from a tool bench from the old brushmill. Yes! it even has the holes in it to hold the tools of the past. The chestnut beams are still brilliant. Guests can relax in the traditional inside atmosphere of the magnificent restaurant or enjoy one of the two slate patios for outdoor dining.  

The seller will also consider a lease with the option to purchase. 

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Description

A Historic 1900 Brushmill - Now a Freestanding Restaurant - This beautiful location is ideal for continued restaurant or other commercial use.

Property Location

List Price

$999,000

Open House Dates

Contact Jennifer Swerdlick (860) 280-8610.  The property is available for inspection by appointment only.  Registration and government-issued identification required at each property viewing.

Please do not contact the Seller or enter the property at other times without permission.

Other Information

Licensing : Fine & Company LLC Licensed Connecticut Real Estate Broker

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