505 W 11th Street

Bicknell, IN, 47512

  • Price $205,000
  • Sq. Ft.5523
  • MLS #201736130
Operating car wash business. Excellent business location. Includes all tools , equipment and can be supplies to operate. Income information is available. In a busy area of town with several resturants, 3 doctors offices and a pharmacy nearby. Super Wash franchise or just the use of the name may be possible. BELIEVED TO BE THE ONLY CAR WASH IN A 15 MILE RADIUS. GREAT POTENTIAL TO AN AGGRESSIVE OPERATOR. CURRENT HELP IS AVAILABLE. APPROX 7000 TRAFFIC COUNT.

Annual Taxes: $1,242
  • CoolingNone
  • ExteriorMasonry
  • HeatingMultiple Heating Systems
  • LocationCommercial
  • Lot Size28170
  • RoadsIngress from Highway
  • Sale IncludesBuilding, Business, Furniture, Land, Inventory
  • SewageCity
  • Special FeaturesOffice Space
  • TownshipWashington
  • ParkingOff-Street
  • WaterCity
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