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Kamsack restaurant building goes for $99,000 in auction

The building, on the east end of Kamsack, started as a Kentucky Fried Chicken and was most recently was Kunshi’s Kitchen.
This restaurant building, located at 358 Queen Elizabeth Blvd, sold at auction for $99,000.

KAMSACK — A restaurant building on the east end of Kamsack has been auctioned off for $99,000.

According to the website of McDougall Auctioneers, who conducted the auction, the winner of the building at 358 Queen Elizabeth Blvd was the Cote First Nation.

The auction ended on May 5 at 1:20 p.m.

The building has a long history of being a restaurant. Most recently, it was Kunshi’s Kitchen, but when it was built in 1977, it was a Kentucky Fried Chicken. According to McDougall, the building was extensively renovated between 2012 and 2014.

The 1,280 square foot restaurant is fully furnished, with cooking equipment, utensils, dishes, furniture, and much more included with the sale, according to an auctioneer's note on McDougall’s website.

“A rarity of this sort does not come along often,” said the note.

“This property has also had significant renovations within the last ten years. This place is perfect to capture tourists, visitors, and hunters all travelling through town towards Duck Mountain Provincial Park.”