Texas drive-in movie show hits marketplace for $3.9M

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Why accept a run-of-the-mill residence theater, when you may buy your very personal drive-in movie show?

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Why accept a run-of-the-mill residence theater when you may buy your very personal drive-in movie show? Rhetoricals apart, anybody who has ever dreamed of proudly owning a drive-in movie show now has that very alternative, as Doc’s Drive-in Theater, positioned in Buda, Texas, is available on the market, albeit with a six-figure asking worth.

Situated at 1540 Satterwhite Rd. in Buda, the property boasts a $3,999,000 price ticket, based on the itemizing web page. The cinema and grounds include greater than the usual drive-in theater fare. Located atop the 7.9-acre plot, the property consists of three “totally furnished movie-themed casitas” and what’s described as a “subterranean members-only speakeasy fashion personal membership.”

The itemizing calls proudly owning the drive-in theater a “as soon as in a lifetime alternative,” stating that the sale of the property consists of “all the things on web site, together with components reminiscent of industrial kitchen, bar, STR revenue from casitas, and all proprietary components and revenue of [the] enterprise to be disclosed to inquiring patrons.”

As of Thursday morning, the movie show web site lists its screenings via August 10. Movies set to indicate the final weekend of July embody “American Graffiti,” “Again To The Future,” “Moist Scorching American Summer time,” “Stand By Me, “Talladega Nights,” “Weekend At Bernie’s,” “Jaws,” “Dazed And Confused,” “Caddyshack” and extra.