125 Monroe Rd, Sanford, FL, 32771

125 Monroe Rd Sanford, FL 32771

125 Monroe Rd, Sanford, FL, 32771
125 Monroe Rd, Sanford, FL, 32771 125 Monroe Rd, Sanford, FL, 32771
Property Type:
Free Standing Building
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Last Verified:
Apr 10, 2024


  • Fast growing Sanford area
  • Adjacent to Orlando MSA
  • Minutes from I4 and the Sunrail
  • Easy access to Seminole Town Center


This 1,710 SF freestanding retail building sits on approximately .26 acres with excellent road frontage on Hwy 17. While Monroe Rd sees approximately 9,000 cars a day, the adjacent Sate Road 46 benefits from over 35,000 in AADT. This building provides an optimum location for any retail concept. Exterior bathrooms maximize space and multiple entrances allow for ease of access.

Situated at the busy intersection of US Highway 17 and Sate Road 46, 125 Monroe has excellent proximity to the Seminole Town Center retail hub and a vast array of retail and service customers. The property sits only 3.5 miles from historic downtown Sanford, a rapidly growing community with an extensive amount of retail, single and multi-family development underway.

Year Built: 1960
Building Size: 1710sq ft
Lot Size: 0.26 acres


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