This Corning California commercial property is for sale.
In the 1880′s Corning was a typical sleepy western railroad town. The city of Corning was officially incorporated in 1907.
As was common practice for railroad towns. towns to named in honor of railroad men, Corning was named in honor of local Central Pacific Railroad official, John Corning.
The city, long known as the “Olive Capital,” is located 110 miles north of Sacramento in the fertile valley of Northern California right off Interstate 5. Corning is located along the Historic Highway 99, the old highway that follows much of the “new” I-5.
An agriculturally-based community with “small town” charm, Corning is home to the largest olive processing plant in the United States as well as award winning olive oil producers and olive product retailers.
Though olives is the main crop, other area crops are walnuts, almonds, prunes and figs. The community is 5 miles from the Woodson Bridge State Recreation Area at the Sacramento River and 1 ½ hours to Lassen Volcanic National Park.
The Miners Inn is part of the rich history of Corning and California history.
This historic building is located in downtown Corning, California right in the middle of the downtown area on Solano Avenue (Corning’s largest street). It is also the largest building in downtown Corning. (Click on link to Google Map, click on street view to see an overview of the street that the hotel is located on.)
The property currently has 3-4 ground floor commerical units as well as 8-10 residential units upstairs. The building has a long history as a hotel and saloon. Miners Inn could easily be restored back to the grand historic hotel it once was.
Owner may consider carrying contract with $250,000 down. Also willing to exchange for property of the same value, preferably non US, but all offers will be considered. Shown by appointment only.
The price includes the liquor license as well as the bar fixtures. Don’t miss your chance to be part of Northern California’s rich history. More detailed information is available by contacting John Murray at 503-285-4407 or contact via WhitesDryDock@gmail.com