Reynolds Tavern Building For Sale In Downtown Annapolis
ANNAPOLIS, MD - The building that currently houses Reynolds Tavern is for sale in downtown Annapolis, realtors announced recently.
The property, which was built in 1747, is nearly 30 years older than the United States.
Hyatt Commercial Real Estate publicly listed the building for $4.8 million this week.
Though the building is for sale, Reynolds Tavern and 1747 Pub will continue operating there for now. Those leases are already in place, Naptown Scoop reported.
The site has also served as a boarding house, a bank and a library over the years. The building was purchased from the National Trust in 2002 and restored to its original purpose as a tavern.
Hyatt Commercial Real Estate called it "the oldest tavern in Annapolis, and one of the oldest in the United States."
The building also has outdoor seating, three inn rooms and a top-floor office with a live-in suite.
The 7,600-square-foot property sits on 0.24 acres and comes with a 7-day liquor license permitting it to stay open until 2 a.m.
Realtors listed the site on the private for-sale market in May, Eye On Annapolis reported. The building, located at 7 Church Circle, hit the public market this week.
The buyer will be the third private owner of the building, Eye On Annapolis said.
Hyatt Commercial Real Estate agents Justin Mullen, Cecil Cummins and John Gallagher are leading the sale.
Visit the listing to learn more.
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