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Sisters Carol and Beth Ann Sabo opened Peach Street books in a historic 1920's gas station and a charming coffee shop in the adjoining 1950's service station. Both spaces have been lovingly renovated and patiently await your visits and admiring glances.

Sisters Carol and Beth Ann Sabo opened Peach Street books in a historic 1920's gas station and a charming coffee shop in the adjoining 1950's service station. Both spaces have been lovingly renovated...

Sisters Carol and Beth Ann Sabo opened Peach Street books in a historic 1920's gas station and a charming coffee shop in the adjoining 1950's service station. Both spaces have been lovingly renovated and patiently await your visits and admiring glances.

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Thursday - Sunday, 7am - 5pm
Monday - Wednesday, 7am - 2pm

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Peach Street Books

Thursday - Sunday, 7am - 5pm
Monday - Wednesday, 7am - 2pm

Sisters Carol and Beth Ann Sabo opened Peach Street books in a historic 1920's gas station and a charming coffee shop in the adjoining 1950's service station. Both spaces have been lovingly renovated and patiently await your visits and admiring glances.

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We especially love the terrazzo counters not to mention the amazing collection of local authors. The perfect place to purchase a book to read on the beach or on your Cape Charles porch, find works by Sheri Reynolds, David McCaleb, Ned Brinkley, and Bill Turner here to name a few.

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Carol and Beth Ann Sabo have owned and operated Machipongo Trading successfully for years, so they are no strangers to running a small service establishment. Books are extremely reasonably priced due to the fact that many of them are up-cycled. However, they all appear to be brand new. The coffee beans are supplied by locals Kristin and Jamie of Eastern Shore Coastal Roasters.

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