Newly Built Industrial Building for Sale in Roundup

304 1st St W Roundup, MT

304 1st St W, Roundup, MT
304 1st St W, Roundup, MT 304 1st St W, Roundup, MT 304 1st St W, Roundup, MT 304 1st St W, Roundup, MT 304 1st St W, Roundup, MT 304 1st St W, Roundup, MT
FOR SALE
Property Type:
Industrial
Amount:
$150,000
Last Verified:
Feb 09, 2021

Newly Built and Well Maintained Industrial Building in Roundup, MT with Large, Secured Yard Space Approx. 2/3 of Building Leased to a 24-Hr Gym. Remaining 1/3 (plus Yard Space) Occupied by Owner Great Investment Opportunity or Small Business Owner Needing Shop/Yard Space • Newly Built in 2013 - Well Maintained Industrial Building in Roundup, MT with Plenty of Secure Yard Space • 8,400 SF Lot • 2,000 SF Warehouse/Flex Space • 1,400 SF Currently Leased by Gym Owner for $800/Month Total (Month-to-Month) • 600 SF Shop Space Currently Used by Building Owner • 3,500 SF of Fenced Graveled Yard Space with Large, Manual Sliding Gate • 8' Tall x 12' Wide Garage Door Opens to Graveled Yard • Highly Efficient In-Floor, Radiant Heat Throughout. Utilities Very Inexpensive. • Two Bathrooms, Kitchenette, Extra Insulation Throughout, Steel Siding/Re-Enforced Steel Roof Contact: Brian Williams Coldwell Banker Commercial Cell: 406-930-1750 Nathan Matelich Coldwell Banker Commercial Cell: 406-781-6889

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