You Can Own This Vintage Vassar Movie Theater For Under $300k
Remember when you were a kid and going to the local movie theatre was such an event? The bright red seats and velvet ropes, and who could forget that charming candy counter? If you yearn for those simpler days, here's your chance to own a piece of timeless movie history.
The Vassar Theatre has been a fixture in the town of Vassar, Michigan since it opened its doors to moviegoers in 1937. Updated in 2019, the theater is currently on the market for $275,000.
From the marque outside to the timeless ticket booth, the theater instantly takes you back in time. Although there have been modern upgrades with a new projector system and upgrades to the JBL sound system, the red vintage-style interior keeps the historic vibe alive.
The 300-seat theatre includes four separate restrooms, with two of them being timelessly unique with gold and silver tile work that was imported from Europe. There is also an adorable classic candy/concession counter that will instantly take you back in time to being a kid again.
The theatre has room for expansion or additional business opportunities with the sale including an adjacent property that can be used to expand the theatre or rent out to a new business in town.
Movie theatres, to me, are truly a national treasure that seems to, unfortunately, be fading away. In 2020 there were 5477 indoor theatres still open across the U.S. That number was down from 7151 open theatres just 5 years prior in 1995.
If you are interested in owning this piece of Michigan history contact Silas Baker from the Brokaw Group with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.In the meantime, take a look inside below.
Inside Nostalgic 1930's Vassar Theater
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