• by Kirk Gaw

Mom & Pop Business $239,500 To Make Your Dream Come True

It all began in 1999 when this hawkish commercial structure began to take shape at 1120 Roosevelt Rd. Once the lot for Dairy Queen it competed across the street from busy, 24 hour, Welco's Truck Stop. This location provided delicious treats for decades in the Walkerton community!

The interior of the old Falcon Dipper was a great Walkerton hangout.

1120 Roosevelt Rd. $239,500 on the east side of Walkerton.

Times changed and Dairy Queen relocated to Highway 23 north of downtown, so modern restaurant was rebranded as Lee's House of Pizza. It too gave way to the changing dynamics of the World and was rebuilt into what stands today.

Modern Back-Of-The-House.


The Falcon Dipper served as an ice cream parlor, a general store, and a hangout for High School kids at nearby John Glenn High School. They even provided farm supplies and had a gardening center for their customers!

Customer area.

The 1.33 acre site with 130' frontage, has paved parking for 50 plus vehicles, and has 3,780 square feet of retail. It is zoned C-4 and is adaptable to many uses including as a restaurant.

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