1001 Washington Avenue

Vincennes, IN, 47591

  • Price $369,900
  • Sq. Ft.17561
  • MLS #201807612
Tons of Space in this mixed use commercial building! The main floor has a showroom/retail space with over 3500 SF which includes 2 dressing rooms, a half bathroom, and also larger men and women's restrooms. This part also has a basement area for storage. On the back half, there is a 2600 SF office area that could be connected or sectioned off from the front retail space. It has its own kitchen, 2 separate entrances, reception area, and other office spaces. The 3rd part of the main level has an overhead door and separate entrance with warehouse storage and a freight elevator for the upper level. On the 2nd floor there are 3 recently remodeled apartments, all currently rented for $650/month each, bringing in $1950 monthly for additional income! There is another 3500 SF of upper level storage that could be made into more apartments or kept as storage. This property could be a money making machine when fully rented or a great business opportunity with extra income for your current business.

Annual Taxes: $5,448
  • CoolingCentral Air
  • ExteriorBlock,Brick
  • HeatingGas,Forced Air
  • LocationCity
  • Lot Size16379
  • Sale IncludesBuilding, Land
  • SewageCity
  • Special Features220 Volts,Freight Elevator,Overhead Door 1,Basement,Display Room,Display Window(s),Office Space,Public Restrooms,Reception Area
  • TownshipVincennes
  • ParkingLot,Street
  • WaterCity
  • Zoning DescriptionCommercial
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