1861 Youngstown, Warren, OH 44484

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Well established Warren landmark with award winning take-out food. This is a turn-key business with a very loyal customer base! Many newer appliances including refrigerators, coolers, oven, warmer and air conditioning. Building, business and equipment included. Outstanding opportunity to own one of Warren's finest traditions. New three dimensional roof installed and exterior painted in July 2023.
Property Features
Location Information
County: Trumbull
MLS Area: Warren SE
Latitude: 41.227387
Longitude: -80.794583
Directions: Youngstown Rd. between Adelaide and Oak Knoll
Interior Features
Heating: Forced Air, Gas
Cooling: Wall Unit(s)
Basement Description: None
Exterior Features
Possession: Negotiable
Water / Sewer: Public Sewer
Water: Public
Parking Description: Paved
Lot Size in Acres: 0
Dimensions: 50x153
Buildings: 1
Is One Story: Yes
Additional Information
Property Type: COM
Property SubType: Other
Property SubType 2: Commercial Sale
Year Built: 1936
Status: Active


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Listing courtesy of William Zamarelli, Inc. 330-856-2299
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MLS Now (Yes MLS) data last updated at May 30, 2024 4:23 PM ET

Listed by John Devorich