104 East Washington Street, Quincy, FL, 32351

104 East Washington Street Quincy, FL 32351

FOR SALE
Property Type:
Free Standing Building
Amount:
$350,000
Last Verified:
Sep 22, 2022

Highlights

  • 17,500 SF Historic building with long term multi-tenant rental income located in Downtown Quincy near Leaf Theater, Courthouse & Bell and Bates.
  • Tremendous upside NOI or owner/user restaurant income possible.
  • Fully functional kitchen with equipment in place.
  • Entire building is sprinkled and has ADA compliant bathrooms
  • Residential component on the second floor is rented on a month-to-month basis if buyer wants to use as residence
  • Zoning: Quincy Historic District
  • Tax ID#: 3-07-2N-3W-0730-00000-0400
  • Built in 1880, Renovated in 1990

Description

17,500 SF historic building with long term multi-tenant rental income. Tremendous upside NOI or owner/user restaurant income possible. Restaurant has a fully functional kitchen with equipment in place. Entire building is sprinkled and has ADA compliant bathrooms. Residential component on the second floor of building is rented.

Located in Downtown Quincy near Leaf Theater, Courthouse & Bell and Bates Hardware.


Year Built: 1880
Building Size: 17500sq ft
Lot Size: 0 acres

Map of 104 East Washington Street, Quincy, FL, 32351

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