Originally marketed at $1,895,000, the Leeside building went for considerably less: According to Barnstable County land records, the 29 Railroad Avenue property was sold Nov. 4 to the Railroad Avenue Realty Trust for $1,075,000.
Restaurateurs Beth Colt and Stephanie Mikolazyk of the nearby, seasonal Quick's Hole Taqueria are planning a year-round operation at their new two-story restaurant (the top floor is an apartment), but have postponed tonight's planned opening, according to the Quicks Hole Facebook page.
Check back with Patch for the latest on the Quick's Hole Tavern opening. Meanwhile, here are some details about the building drawn from a marketing brochure created by Hartel Realty of Falmouth:
"Situated right on the water at the entrance to Great Harbor, the well-established restaurant offers pub fare to tourists and residents alike. The angled building has many sun-lit rooms, all with incredible harbor views. The interior has wood floors, numerous windows and a warm atmosphere, which are just some of the features of this unique and pleasing space. The 20th century structure is three stories and has an interior elevator, accessible through the restaurant. The first two stories consist of the restaurant and pub and the third floor has a loft apartment with amazing views ... 'The Leeside' has wood floors and ceilings, with light painted walls and a warm airy atmosphere of yesteryear's Cape Cod."
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- Racing Beach Home, $1.1 Million
- Split-Level with Pool
- Beach Cottage Fetches $1 Million
- Condo in Historic Thomas Swift Home
- Quissett Avenue Mini-Compound With Private Beach
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