Western Maine has had quite the run. The region is a year-round mecca for outdoors enthusiasts. It has iconic downhill and Nordic skiing, world-class golf, tremendous hiking and climbing, and never-ending beautiful landscape.

Just down the road from one of Western Maine's hotbeds, Bethel, and about 15 mins from Sunday River, is the small town of Greenwood. The village only has a population of 774. However, don't let the size fool you, cause it has some serious significance. Greenwood is the home of Mt Abram Ski Resort and LL Bean founder, Leon Leonwood Bean. That's a lot more than most small towns can say.

Greenwood is also the home of 'The Local Hub,' a small restaurant and specialty food shop right on Main Street. The popular shop has been a hit for years. However, it's in need of new ownership. The 'Hub' is for sale.

The property features a large commercial kitchen, dining room, spacious storefront, and even a four-unit apartment building across the street.

All of the properties have been well-maintained and are being sold turnkey. It basically means if you are interested in buying it, you can start cooking, selling, and renting right away.

It's a great location, especially during the heart of tourist season, and basically the entire ski season, considering it's within 15 minutes of two major Maine ski mountains.

The home has been listed by Mahoosuc Realty. The asking price for both properties is $869,000. You can find out more info here. And check out more pictures below.

Greenwood's 'The Local Hub' Restaurant & Specialty Store For Sale

Located next to North and South Ponds, and Just minutes from Sunday River, is 'The Local Hub' Restaurant and Specialty Store. The popular store has recently gone up for sale, along with an apartment building.

The two properties are listed by Mahoosic Realty for $869,000.

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