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MULTI-USE BUILDING IN DOWNTOWN DANDRIDGE
414 E. MEETING STREET

DANDRIDGE, TN 37725
Listing Price US$299,900
MLS Number 558597
Status: Active
Type: Commercial
Year Built: 1949
Living Area 6700 Sq. ft.
Lot Size: 0.54  Acres
Highlights

  • IDEAL FOR MULTIPLE USES
  • EXTRA STORAGE
  • 4-UNIT APARTMENT COMPLEX
  • SHOWROOM
  • PUBLIC UTILITIES
  • PRIVATE BATHS
  • PLENTY OF PARKING
  • CENTRAL HEAT & AIR
  • NATURAL GAS AVAILABLE
  • DOWNTOWN DANDRIDGE TN

  • Description

    Multi-Uses: Medical, restaurant, real estate, property management, insurance, accoutants, executive suites, attorney, pawn broker, title company or retail business. Combination of live-in area with retail, or business/professional space.  Possible 12 office spaces with storage and 3 baths on main level, as well as two baths on upper level.

    Less than $45 a square foot. Rental units. Apartments give potential for a significant portion of return on investment and may aid in approval of a loan if necessary.

    High traffic location on Main Street through Danridge. Pedestal in front for lighted sign. Great frontage exposure for signage/electronic media to a high volume of potential customers translates to free advertising!

    Commercial/Professional building may be separated from apartment complex and price is negotiable.

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