Treaty House: A Texas Hill Country Commercial Investment
With tourism booming in Fredericksburg, it has never been a better time to invest in a restaurant. The historic Treaty House presents a promising opportunity for a restaurateur looking to invest in the luxury dining market within Fredericksburg’s restaurant landscape. With a legacy of sophistication and inviting, Texan warmth, this two-story restaurant and lounge fills an exclusive dining niche in Fredericksburg that holds great promise for the success of its next owner.
Treaty House has set itself apart from any other restaurant in Fredericksburg with its unique blend of sophistication and celebration of Texas spirit through its decor and artwork. The restaurant is organized into seven distinct rooms, each featuring its own character, ambience and modern amenities. Named after the Treaty of San Jacinto, which ceased hostilities between Mexico and Texas, the restaurant’s stunning Independence Bar features a mural above a 1903 back bar depicting the hard-earned 1836 success of the Texas Revolution.
The main dining room and atrium thrills with its 25 foot ceilings, chandeliers, grand piano and distinctive wine wall. If patrons would prefer to enjoy a cocktail in a more private space, the Henke Living Room features overstuffed leather chairs, a marble fireplace and tall, inviting windows that provide plenty of natural light. The Founder’s Room has a large table to host a party of 10, and is decorated with maps of Texas, historic documents and antiques. The spacious second floor is home to the Admiral’s Club, which pays homage to Fredericksburg’s local hero, Fleet Admiral Chester Nimitz, and features a full bar, intimate seating area that overlooks the inner atrium and an outside balcony that overlooks the courtyard below.
Part of the beauty of this space is the number of options provided to guests to stay and enjoy themselves. In addition to the numerous indoor spaces, guests can lounge on an outdoor pavilion that features its own bar, large fireplace and stunning water feature with a fountain and pool. The Bacchus Courtyard holds its own fountain and provides a private area to enjoy a cigar.
All the antiques and fine art that make the restaurant so beautiful and welcoming will be included in the sale.
In addition to its unique ambiance and fine decor, Treaty House is a sound investment because of its location and ability to host large parties.
Located just one block off of Main Street right across the street from the famous Nimitz Museum, the restaurant receives high levels of foot traffic and exposure to visitors and locals alike. With its spacious rooms and two stories, the restaurant has been a popular venue for weddings, parties and other events.
Treaty House stands apart as one of the most high end places in Fredericksburg, and is known locally as being one of the most beautiful dining spaces in the area. Its upscale design and sweeping Texas elegance fill a niche market of sophisticated dining for discerning clientele, presenting a singular opportunity to capitalize on a prime market.