[UPDATE: Woodstock residents Neil and Lex Howard purchased the former Colony Cafe in 2015 and gave the property extensive renovations. Since, the property has reemerged as simply the Colony, a live music venue, featuring local acts, open mics, DJ dance parties, and comedy shows. Want to see what’s happening at the Colony now? Check out their events calendar.]
Woodstock Enthusiasts (the town, that is), take note: The legendary Colony Cafe is for sale. Currently a music venue with a bar as well as a recording studio, the Colony was once a hotel and restaurants during the 1920s, and it remains the tallest building in Woodstock. Inside, the performance space features a giant fireplace as the focal point of the room, a second story balcony overlooking the main room, and an industrial-sized kitchen. The one-acre property also includes a charming detached Victorian house. This is the ultimate Woodstock (the town, that is) antique collectors item. Looking to start something in Woodstock with a cool 2 mill burning a hole in your pocket? This could be just the ticket.
Square Feet: 10,305
Lot Size: 1.06 acres