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Here is an opportunity you can't pass up. Serene's custard stand and Mini Golf has been at this location since 1959. A staple in the Vineland area. Check out this turn-key business. All equipment is included to start making your homemade Ice cream 32 flavors, and Water ice. A nice 18 Hole Mini Golf course. The stand was built in 1959 and owned by Serene Gorgo, the stand's namesake. It became a fixture in Vineland and the surrounding communities, known as a place for family fun and good homemade ice cream. Today, the stand is like a trip back in time. At night, its neon lights can be seen from far away, beckoning visitors to its location at the intersection of Garden Road and North West Boulevard. A hollowed-out train car sits in the parking lot, next to a miniature 18-hole golf course designed and built by the current owners during their second year of business. On weekends, it is common to see families enjoying a cone on the red picnic tables, or giggling high school students practicing their putting. The attraction is the only miniature golf course in the area. Many people will drive from as far away as Mays Landing or Williamstown for a day of cheap fun, rather than drive all the way to the boardwalk. Serene still has an authentic look, because most of the original fixtures still stand. Although minor adjustments to the interior and exterior have been made (like new equipment in the kitchen and a canopy over the patio dining area), the slanted metal sign saying “Serene Custard” hasn’t been touched. Original slanted-in windows, in vogue during its initial construction, add to the impression of being transported back to a simpler time.It’s not all golf balls and waffle cones at Serene, either. The vintage establishment also offers hot dogs and fries, funnel cakes and cotton candy, a 44-ounce “Monster milkshake,” ice cream cakes, and their most popular item—decadent banana splits. They’re also serving a new addition this year with cheesesteak sliders, a miniature take on the popular Philly sandwich. The staff serves 32 types of ice cream, made daily on the premises. Each batch starts with a basic custard base, then fruits, nuts, chocolate or other tasty ingredients are blended in to make each classic flavor. * All information deem reliable but guarantee*
BHHS Fox & Roach-Washington-Gloucester
|Date||Days Ago||Event||New Price|
|Mar 20, 2021||1 mo ago||Price decreased99,001 (20%)||$399,999|
|Feb 17, 2021||2 mos ago||New on market||$499,000|