Historic Piper Tavern, a full service restaurant and tavern/bar, available as a turn-key operation. Tons of parking, this high-visibility location offers plenty of opportunity for it's next steward to bring their vision, with full liquor license, all FF&E, and a long established book of business/repeat customers. Two full sized dining rooms (one with a nice open-concept kitchen experience, the other more formal) plus a bright and sunny enclosed porch dining room add up to seating for up to 104 on the first floor. There is a full bar room with 14 stools plus cafe tables, and two partitioned or combinable dining/event rooms upstairs. Two upstairs offices and a service kitchenette for the event rooms, additional storage and a third floor with multiple rooms. Situated on the corner of Route 413 (Durham Rd) and Old Easton (spur road off Route 611) outside of Doylestown and just North of Plumsteadville, this operating tavern has plenty of space and clientele. Deliveries are a breeze with the large parking lot and loading deck. Having undergone many aesthetic changes since the 1700's, the property was last realized as a Victorian-inspired brick and clapboard building with a mansard roof, nicely landscaped. History abounds (the namesake Piper was a former owner and distinguished colonel in the Continental Army) and famous guests include Benjamin Franklin, General LaFayette, Joseph Bonaparte (King of Spain), and two signers of the Declaration of Independence.