The Gove House Entertainment Complex is a four-level brick building located in the CBD of Asheville; NC just 1 block south of the Federal Building. Built in 1924; the Grove House was originally the YWCA. The original logo is still etched in stone beneath the Club Eleven logo above the front door! The original tile pool is intact on the lower level.
The Gove House Entertainment Complex is home to 3 active nightclubs: Club Eleven on the main level; the regionally famous Scandals on the lower level; and The Boiler Room located on the basement level. All three clubs have full bars and share multiple walk-ins and a full kitchen. The upper level is the Penthouse suite used for private parties and dinners. Full electrical upgrades occurred three years ago and the HVAC systems are more than adequate for square-footage.
Expansion possibilities include a rooftop deck; a courtyard; and a partial fifth level in the expansive and high ceilinged attic area.
This amazing building has endless possibilities as continued use as an entertainment complex or as conversion to office space or multi-family housing.
- Originally the YWCA
- Hand laid tile pool
- 3 fully functional nightclubs
- Full kitchen
- Penthouse level
- Lots of potential expansion opportunities
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- Price: $2,900,000
- Square Feet: 20,076
- Acres: 0.420
- County: Buncombe County
- Zoning: CBD/CENTRAL BUSINESS DIST
- Price per SqFt: $144
- Price per Acre: $144
- Listed By: Sperry Van Ness - Blackstream Commercial; LLC