Commercial Property - Mixed Use
16467 Old Valley Pike
Edinburg, VA 22824
- Great property for end user opportunity To Receive Additional Rental Income
- Located along busy Rte. #11, with access from two I-81 Exits, #279 and #283
- High visibility with nearly new metal buildings for your service company
- Plenty of on-site parking
- Well and septic
Unique opportunity to own a 1.63 acre lot with three separate buildings at this site. Commercial building with 3-BR apartment on second level, lower level is currently being used as an office. There is a 700sf showroom space in metal building #2, while metal building #3 contains a 640sf showroom with 2,400sf of heated, dry, insulated warehouse storage space. The property was previously used as a Kitchen Cabinet, Ceramic Tile and Flooring store. Property is complete and ready to be a turnkey service shop for Home Improvement, Plumbing Supply, HVAC, Electrical Service and Lumber Supply. Other uses could be; Auto related service, Machinery sales and service, Flea-market, Auction facility or Farmers Market with greenhouse. Property has Well and Septic with generous parking area in rear. Old Valley Pike is Rte. #11, which has easy access from I-81 at Exit #283 or Exit #279. Priced for immediate sale! Variable rate commission!
Edinburg, VA is in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in central Shenandoah County. Incorporated in 1852, it exemplifies the quaint, small town atmosphere of the valley. A town population of less than 1,000 with an average age of 41 is totally encompassed within 74 square miles. Edinburg has a most modest citizenry without a level of “city” sophistication. In spite of today’s economic situation, unemployment is very low and significantly lower than the states average. However, age of homes and length of stay in the community is much higher than state averages. The town has retained much of its19th century charm with lovely Victorian homes. Distinctive Edinburg architectural features include unusual porches, beautifully crafted hand-carved woodwork and locally crafted stone walls. It is an ideal setting for a Norman Rockwell painting.