Historic Taylor Building

291 N Main Street Taylor, TX 76574

291 N Main Street, Taylor, TX, 76574
291 N Main Street, Taylor, TX, 76574
FOR SALE
Property Type:
Other Hospitality
Amount:
$2,950,000
Last Verified:
Oct 09, 2020

Highlights

  • Located downtown with many historic buildings.
  • Multiple, flexible multi-use spaces throughout the building.
  • Previously used as a restaurant, drug store, general store, retail showroom, hotel, sports bar, and office space.
  • Tax credits available for façade and exterior updating as a historic building in Taylor.
  • Multiple new commercial projects and businesses in the area.
  • Main Street revitalization has seen multiple new businesses come to the block in the last 2 years.
  • Features 9 offices, sports bar, game room, commercial kitchen, and multiple living areas.
  • 3 Bedroom, 4 bathrooms, freight elevator, and many historic features throughout.
  • Potential is only limited by your imagination.
  • Taylor is the Gateway to East Texas and has easy access to railroad and toll roads for travel/shipping.

Description

Historic building that includes retail, restaurant, office, and residential spaces.

At the corner of Third and Main street in Taylor, TX.


Year Built: 1900
Building Size: 16000.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.19 acres

Map of 291 N Main Street, Taylor, TX, 76574

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