1,641 SF Building on Franklin Avenue Near Downtown Waco

3401 Franklin Avenue Waco, TX 76710

FOR SALE
Property Type:
Street Retail
Amount:
$399,000
Last Verified:
Mar 31, 2022

Highlights

  • 0.5504 Acres(23,975.42 SF)
  • Building 1,641 SF
  • Canopy Coverage: 2,943 SF
  • Zoned: C-3: General Commercial
  • Franklin Avenue Frontage: 135'
  • Two Curb Cut Entrances
  • Railing Gated Entrances
  • 1/2 Mile from Valley Mills Drive
  • 2021 Taxes: 7,429.01

Description

The Harrell Team at KW Commercial would like to present this property in Waco, Texas for sale.

The property located at 3401 Franklin Avenue consists of a 1,641 SF building on a 0.554 acres paved lot. The property has ± 135 feet of frontage along Franklin Avenue, one of Waco's busiest roads and has a property depth of ± 340 feet. The property is zoned C-3: General Commercial by the city of Waco.

The Waco Metropolitan Statistical Area has a population of over 270,000 people. The City of Waco is located approximately 90 miles south of the Dallas/Fort Worth area and about 100 minutes north of Austin, Texas.

For more information on this property, or any of our other properties, please contact The Harrell Team at KW Commercial!

Located on busy Franklin Avenue, near downtown Waco, Texas.

Building Size: 1641sq ft
Lot Size: 0 acres


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