If you've ever dreamed about owning your own bar or restaurant, this historic Bay City bar is calling your name.

The Crowne Pub is located right in the heart of Bay City's popular Midland Street bar district. If you've never been, it is one of the best historic downtowns in all of Michigan. The area has definitely been through its fair share of ups and downs, but the unique bars and restaurants lining Midland St have been a constant.

Sure, some of the names have changed over the years, but the spirit of the district has remained. I remember going to Midland St as a college student at SVSU, and while much of it was a blur, I'm pretty sure we stumbled in and out of this place.

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Normally when something this unique becomes available, the price tag is so high that it just becomes a fantasy. That's not the case with The Crowne Pub though, it's actually incredibly inexpensive! Just listen to what the listing has to say about the property.

Crowne Pub is a turn-key business with much growth potential through expanding the dining room & event facility, and developing the stunning upper level! Walk through the door, and step inside history!

So just how much is the Crowne Pub selling for?

The property is listed for $599,000 and that includes the liquor license! I have always dreamed of owning a little bar, so this has my ears perked all the way up.

There is one thing you should check out before jumping in with two feet though. The upstairs could be turned into an incredible loft, but it would probably cost quite a bit of money. Look through the pictures below, and try to see past the creepiness of the upstairs in its current state. Instead, imagine sitting next to those huge windows watching the people pour into your pub.

Historic Bay City Bar Comes With Its Own Creepy Upstairs Apartment

The Crowne Pub is a turn-key business with much growth potential. The upstairs living area is a little creepy right now, but with some work, it could be the perfect business opportunity. Walk through the door, and step inside history!

Gallery Credit: Shelley Ann Niedzwiecki via Ayre Rhinehart Bay

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