Martin's Auto Electric

152 NE Midway Blvd Oak Harbor, WA 98277

Property Type:
Big Box Retail
Last Verified:
Apr 15, 2019


  • Six repair bays
  • Designated office and customer service space
  • Wide open zoning


Family owned and operated, Martin’s Auto Electric in Oak Harbor, WA combines the best of modern auto repair technology with friendly, good old fashion service. Providing high-quality vehicle repair services since 1959 for both foreign and domestic vehicles.

Large automotive repair shop featuring six (6) repair bays with automotive lifts. Designated lobby and customer service counter at the front of the building and plenty of additional storage space. Wide open (C-3 zoning) which allows for all types of uses such as Automobile or truck service station, Automobile repair, Automobile sales and service, or Car wash. Can be purchased with adjacent parcel and building which includes the business and all equipment. Located on a busy street with 5,328 cpd. Call for details.

Located on busy NE Midway Blvd in Oak Harbor, WA. Close to services and only a couple minutes from SR 20. Easy access from Northbound and Southbound traffic with excellent visibility and an average of 5,328 cpd.

Year Built: 2004
Building Size: 3550.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.41 acres

Map of 152 NE Midway Blvd, Oak Harbor, WA, 98277

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