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215 N Washington Street

Bicknell, IN, 47512

  • Price $350,000
  • Sq. Ft.3105
  • MLS #201706045
A former bank building only recently closed in central downtown Bicknell next to the post office and city hall offices. Has been well maintained and has 2 drive up windows and the front lobby entrance. . Nicely landscaped with some permanent lighted signs. Brick construction with a newer roof. For a possible banking prospect this area has the huge new Duke Energy Plant and it's offshoot industries as well as prime farm ground and the economy it generates. Much coal reserves in the area waiting to start mining again. Available to lease negotiable per year. June 30, 2016 FDIC said deposits were $29460000.

Annual Taxes: $5,650
  • CoolingCentral Air
  • ExteriorBrick
  • HeatingOther Heating System
  • LocationCity
  • Lot Size14400
  • Sale IncludesBuilding
  • SewageCity
  • Special Features220 Volts,Handicap Access,Alley,Office Space,Reception Area
  • TownshipVigo
  • ParkingLot,Off-Street,Paved,Private,Public,Street
  • WaterCity
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