NEW RIVER RESTAURANT

Agent Contact:
Jeff Marple, 304.667.3824

OVERVIEW

Fresh turnkey restaurant located on the shores of the New River where you can serve up the local crowd and tourists. A rare Waterfront opportunity to enter the marketplace where three Rivers meet. Newer Construction. Located in a high traffic trade area of Hinton, West Virginia.

Surrounded by notable tourist attractions and active businesses such as Brook’s Falls Roadside Park, Bluestone Lake and State Park, Cantrell Ultimate Rafting and Outfitters, Water Dawgs Outdoors Supply, and The New River Gorge National Sandstone Recreation Area.

Great visibility and easy access from State Route 20 between Bluestone Lake and Sandstone Falls.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • This restaurant features beautiful views of the New River from glass enclosed spacious dining rooms.
  • 2,073 Square Feet.
  • Able to seat 75.
  • Nicely furnished dining areas and fully equipped kitchen.
  • Large Walk in Cooler, stock room and prep area with additional refrigeration units.
  • Ample parking.
  • Natural Gas, Electric Heat Pump and mini split HVAC.
  • Great visibility and easy access from State Route 20 between Bluestone Lake and Sandstone Falls

LOCATION

Address: 846 Hinton Bypass, Hinton WV 25951

ITEMS TO CONVEY

  • Hoshizake brand Ice maker
  • Beverage Air brand 3 door stainless steel reach-in cooler
  • UniVex brand cheese shredder
  • Frank brand walk-in cooler with two Trenton brand refrigeration units
  • True brand 3 door stainless steel reach-in freezer
  • Eagle Group brand 3 sink cleaning station
  • TriStar brand double deep fryer
  • StarMax brand gas grill
  • Carland brand convection oven
  • 6 burner gas stove/oven by TriStar Co.
  • Pyro-Chem fire extinguishing system
  • Double oven ventilation hoods by American Hood Co.
  • DSC Security system with cameras (mounted)
  • All tables and chairs

UTILITIES

City Water
City Sewer
Natural Gas
Electric
Suddenlink Cable/Dish Internet
Excellent Cellphone Service

SURROUNDING AREA

HINTON is the southern gateway to New River Gorge National River.  The town has a large historic district, railroad museum, antique shops, and restaurants. After crossing the bridge at Hinton you will begin driving alongside the New River down River Road. There are great riverside vistas from the property and along the scenic highway.  A favorite route for a casual drive along the waterfront.   Boaters, motorcyclists, fishermen and vehicle cruises on the roadway and the river are a common sight.  Nestled in the foothills of the Allegheny mountains lies a place where the rivers flow and the eagles soar. A place where small town charm is around every corner and outdoor recreation is the norm. A place where porch sitting is earned after days spent hiking, biking, boating, and fishing. It is a place that remembers its past and looks towards the future.

NEW RIVER GORGE NATIONAL PARK AND PRESERVE is known for its 53 miles of free-flowing whitewater that cuts through sandstone cliffs towering as high as 1,000 feet in the air. It boasts class III through V rapids and plenty of boulders to keep even the most experienced rafters engaged. The upper part of the river is calmer and more welcoming to new rafters. The area also boasts more than 1,500 climbing routes, as well as a 12.8-mile system of mountain bike trails built by the Boy Scouts.  The New River Gorge itself is about an hour’s drive from Charleston, West Virginia. It encompasses about 7,000 acres marked with trailheads and visitor centers, and another 65,000 for backcountry hunting. White-tailed deer, river otters, and bald eagles are among the wildlife regularly spotted here.

BLUESTONE DAM spans the New River, forming Bluestone Lake, the third largest lake in West Virginia. With a 2,040-acre surface area, the lake provides boaters, water skiers, and fishermen with great recreational opportunities. The State of West Virginia operates Bluestone State Park with cabin rentals, picnicking and camping facilities. Also, a swimming pool, gift shop, two boat ramps, and a marina are operated for the convenience of the visitors. Camping opportunities are also available at the state’s Bluestone Lake Wildlife Management Area.

REGIONAL INFORMATION