1.42 acres of Vacant Land near I-71 in Brunswick

Carpenter Rd S Brunswick, OH 44212

 Carpenter Rd S, Brunswick, OH, 44212
 Carpenter Rd S, Brunswick, OH, 44212
Property Type:
Commercial Land Development
Last Verified:
Dec 16, 2020


  • Lot Size: 1.42 Acres
  • Land Access: "Land-locked" with Ingress/Egress Thru Quality Inn Parking Lot
  • Zoning: Highway Commercial
  • Frontage: 555.74" on I-71
  • Utilities: Sewer & Water Near Site
  • Nearest Highway: Seconds from I-71
  • Traffic Count: 39,739 at RT-303
  • Annual Taxes: $2,363.92


Vacant land totaling 1.42 acres right at the interchange of I-71 & Route 303 in Brunswick. It is Zoned C-H Highway Commercial and allows many different uses. Current access for ingress/egress is through the northern side of the Quality Inn Parking Lot. The parcel is landlocked but could be potentially joined with other parcels on the market to the North and West. Sewer and Water are near the site.

1.42 acres of vacant land located directly east of the Quality Inn Hotel facing Interstate 71. Access would be given as an easement over and through the parking lot of the Quality Inn.

Lot Size: 1.42 acres

Map of Carpenter Rd S, Brunswick, OH, 44212

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