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Businesses for Sale in Haywood County, North Carolina

We have found 1 Businesses for sale in Haywood County, North Carolina. Browse businesses and companies for sale in Haywood County, North Carolina from small home based businesses to established high cash flow businesses. Don't see what you are looking for or need additional information? Please contact Sunbelt office near Haywood County, North Carolina to learn more about how to buy a business or sell a business.

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Western North Carolina Landmark-Gift and Craft store

Once in a lifetime to own this one of a kind Landmark/Gift Store that generations of visitors have annually visited in beautiful Western NC. This family owned business has been in operation since 1947. This opportunity boasts "The most photographed...

Price: 349,000
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Location: North Carolina
Listed by: ASHEVNC002

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Well established and well known restaurant in Southeastern North Carolina. The business has developed and grown since the opening by serving quality food at reasonable price. The menu features farm to...

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Italian restaurant

Fine dining well established Italian restaurant for sale located in a fast growing area of southeastern North Carolina. Having been in the same location for 14 years, this family owned restaurant has ...

Asking Price: $559,500
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