This two story historical property was previously known as the “Oxford Tea House”, located in downtown Tarpon Springs within walking distance to all the shopping, restaurants, and Craig’s Park & Bayou. Several years ago the current owner completely tore out all of the interior features to make way for a world famous restaurant. He has 3 phase electrical, restaurant style grease trap, and has re-built the structure & piers of the massive dwelling. Electric, natural gas, sewer & water & grease trap are all ready for a fantastic revival of this historic Tea House. Behind the Tea house are two additional buildings, that could be converted to apartments. The grounds would accommodate a bed & breakfast, hotel, restaurant, nightclub, private residence, and much more. The Owner is open to financing, lease purchase, allowing the new business to get up & running & balloon the balance once the new business owner is established. Tarpon Springs is thriving and growing in today’s market. Several restaurants have come into Tarpon Springs in the past two years, with more coming. The City has several events each year, including Wine Walks & First Friday’s, which promote a need for bed & breakfast, hotels and more. The City of Tarpon Springs also promotes new business, and their merchants, offering CRA grants for both the exterior repairs & new restaurants. This is an opportunity to own a slice of history in a multi-cultured community which include world famous Sponge docks & a Historic downtown. $799,000.00

118 East Orange St, Tarpon Springs, Fl

The side of the building

The side of the building

A little different view of the front.

A little different view of the front.

Back of the building

Back of the building

Walk up the front steps

Walk up the front steps

Was previously known as "Oxford Tea House"

Was previously known as “Oxford Tea House 1988” with beautiful plants & flowers surrounding.

Secret Garden at Tea House in 1988

Secret Garden at Tea House in 1988

This was a picture taken by the Tampa Bay New Homes magazine published in 1988

This was a picture taken by the Tampa Bay New Homes magazine published in 1988 as they did an articular on the Tea House.

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