Tiger Drive Thru
Excellent business opportunity in Goliad, TX! This property is located right off the major road, US-59/ Pearl St with high traffic counts. The metal building was just built in 2015! Originally this location was designed to be Drive Thru Convenient Store/ Restaurant with overhead garage doors in both ends of the building. Huge potential to be anything you want it to be with this kind of prime real estate location. It features audio system, 1 bathroom, and a huge attic space for storage. All plumbing and electrical systems are passed the state inspection and ready to perform! Ask about Owner Financing Option!
C.T. Black Building Video
REDUCED FOR 2020!!!!! Built in the early 1900's, this fabulous building is up for sale! Originally, the C.T. Black building, which housed the Black Jewelry store around 1905. Oral history shows that Teddy Roosevelt recruited the Rough Riders here, along with Fort Worth bootmaker John Justin repairing/making boots. The history is amazing and it is a part of the National Registry of Historical places. Features include two full bedrooms and two full baths on the second floor residence with 12 foot ceilings, full kitchen, original wood floors, 2 dining and 2 living areas. There are many upgrades which include plantation shutters, newer membrane roof, newer A/C and updated bathrooms. The first floor has been used as a restaurant and the equipment will stay, so many opportunities for leasing. The beautiful covered balcony and back wood deck are perfect for entertaining and have a wonderful view of the Goliad County courthouse and the South Texas sky! Don't miss out! Call today!
REDUCED FOR 2020!!!!! This historic jewel is ready for new owners! With tons of history and stories to tell, it will make an impressive business/residence or both. History shows it was originally a one-room residence built by Ludwig Volbrecht around 1848 and was later re-modeled by Dr. Getzwiller who used the front rooms as an office and the rock basement as a pharmacy. The walls are made of stone and originate from the Presidio La Bahia and are 20 inches thick. Property is located in the National Register of Historical places and could be eligible for historic tax credits. The first floor was previously housed by the Goliad Chamber of Commerce and second floor was previously leased as office space, however, the second floor could be used as residential with an outside patio and courtyard for entertaining. Lots of options! Don't miss out on the chance to own a piece of Texas history!