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504 W 11th Street

Bicknell, IN, 47512

  • Price $120,000
  • Sq. Ft.14519
  • MLS #201723525
Former supermarket with 14519 sf under roof. On busy intersection of the main Hwy 67. Likely the best business location in Bicknell. Ideal for a low investment building for your business or for new construction. In city limits. Call 812 735 1003 or 812 735 3013 for showing.

Annual Taxes: $5,169
  • CoolingCentral Air,Multiple Cooling Units
  • ExteriorConcrete,Stucco
  • HeatingElectric,Gas
  • LocationCity,Commercial
  • Lot Size51596
  • RoadsFour ingress and egress o
  • Sale IncludesBuilding
  • SewageCity
  • Special FeaturesHandicap Access,Alley,Display Window(s),Office Space,Refrigeration/Freezer
  • TownshipVigo
  • ParkingLot,Off-Street,Paved
  • WaterCity
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      Phone: (812) 882-2202
      Fax: (812) 882-8777

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