New Jersey’s oldest continuing operating general store now up for sale
It's New Jersey's oldest continuing operating general store.
It's a center of the community, where, as in the fictional bar of TV's "Cheers", everyone seems to know your name.
And it can all be yours for a cool $699,000.
The George D. Garriss General Store is located in the rural township of Stillwater. It is now more of a lunch and breakfast/ice cream eatery type of place, as opposed to a general store. It is now up for sale by the man who likely saved it from ruin.
Dean Voris, the retired state trooper who made it his mission to save the building, has decided to move on to other projects and is looking for a buyer who will keep the place alive.
On today's episode of Brian's Positively New Jersey we grab some coffee, sit down on the porch and kick the tires of one of New Jersey's most unique - and beloved - real estate offerings on the market.