High-Visibility, High-Traffic Retail/Redevelopment Property For Sale

251 Elm Street Milford, NH 03055

251 Elm Street, Milford, NH, 03055
251 Elm Street, Milford, NH, 03055
Property Type:
Street Retail
Last Verified:
Mar 16, 2019


  • Flexible Zoning
  • High-traffic, High-visibility Location
  • Turn-key Restaurant
  • Approved for car lot


Great location! High-visibility! High traffic counts! Just 1 mile west of the Milford oval, this property sits on busy route 101A/Elm Street, this property is a prime location for just about any business. Currently fit up as a restaurant, the sale includes the building, land and all equipment and is pretty much turn-key, but the location and building size is great for many other types of business, including redevelopment. Approved for a car lot as well as a restaurant, the flexible zoning allows for many other types of businesses that would benefit from this high traffic location. Come see what a location in one of the fastest growing towns in NH has to offer your business! Ask about the potential for lease as well.

Property is located 1 mile from the Milford Oval. Area is a mix of small businesses and retail shopping centers along busy route 101A/Elm st.

Year Built: 1970
Building Size: 2410.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.76 acres

Map of 251 Elm Street, Milford, NH, 03055

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