NORWALK, Conn. -- El Acapulco, one of Norwalk’s longest-standing restaurants in the historic section of South Norwalk, is listed for sale for $865,000, William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty announced.
The commercial condo real estate is included in the sale, along with all inventory and equipment in the restaurant.
This large space is looking for a new owner to join the SoNo restaurant and nightlife scene. A large open basement allows for many possibilities.
The property details are:
- Price: $865,000.
- HOA fees: $1,200.
- Square feet: 2,784
- Levels: 2
- Basement: 2,304 square feet
The property at 84 Washington St. is in a landmark building, which is zoned as a commercial condo, encompasses two levels and 2,784 square feet of space.
The expansive structure, known as El Acapulco, a popular Mexican restaurant of over 30 years, is ideal for those looking to take advantage of the vibrant nightlife scene of South Norwalk, said Wilton agent Brian A. Clarke Jr., who is the agent representing the property.
“As the oldest surviving restaurant in South Norwalk, this popular dining destination has experienced first-hand the many developments and positive changes made in this thriving area throughout the years,” said Clarke.
“I am honored to be representing such a beloved piece of town history, and look forward to helping others see its magnificent potential and keep its positive reputation alive.”
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