A riverfront property has gone on the market in New Braunfels for just shy of $1.5 million that includes the unusual combination of a high-end, five-bedroom home and a business that includes a bar, guest cabins and tube rentals.
The owners have even offered to train buyers in the commercial use of the property, which includes what the listing calls "the only float-up bar on the Guadalupe River." In addition to the cabins, bar and tube rental operation, the enterprise includes a snack bar and camping sites.
While the business clearly targets outdoorsy types, the accommodations in the main house, built in 1938, are anything but rustic. According to the listing, the 3,400-square-foot home includes finishes such as brick saved from the Chicago Fire, travertine tile from Turkey, wooden doors from Mexico and hand-brushed wood floors.
This house is represented by Tyler Fleming
with Coldwell Banker Commercial - Alamo City.
All photos from Realtor.com.