How many cheese burgers have you eaten at McCord’s Cream Castle? One of Sikeston’s original restaurants can now be yours, as the Cream Castle is on the market for the first time ever. This is a turn-key business opportunity; Ray McCord is retiring but will consider a short-term consulting arrangement to help you get started. The building is approximately 1,680 square feet and has an awning on three sides to help accommodate their legendary curb-side service. It is located in the same place since its founding, at a stoplight on the corner of West Malone and Southwest Streets. All coolers, freezers, cooking and serving equipment can be included in the sale for an additional sum. What are you waiting for?
Listing courtesy of CENTURY 21 Premiere Realty