1.61± Acres
Franklin County, MO

1080 Caroline (hwy 100 & Hwy 47), Washington, Missouri

MLS ID: 23001484
Status: Active
Price: $1,895,000
Acres: 1.61±
Type: Commercial
Address: 1080 Caroline (hwy 100 & Hwy 47)
City, State: Washington, MO
County: Franklin County
ZIP Code: 63090
Parcel Number: 10-7-260-2-006-118000
Year Built: 1984


NE Corner Hwy 100 and Hwy 47. Medical/office building - Commercial property

1080 Caroline, Washington, MO 63090

*Highest visibility Medical Building / Business Offices atop busiest intersection of Washington, Missouri located at the NE corner of

Hwy 100 & Hwy 47.

*Two floors set up for two separate businesses with separate entries. You could use one office and rent the other office for rental

income which could go towards your mortgage payment.

*Ample parking with attractive circular driveway.

*Additional extremely valuable adjoining ground included in price which may be developed.

*Zoned C2 Commercial.

Directions: Hwy 100 W Right on Hwy 47 right at Caroline Dr Property on Right

Additional Information


Cooling: Electric
Heating (Yes/no): Yes
Heating: Forced Air


Electric: 220 Volts
Inclusions: Building & Land
Lot Size Source: Appraiser
Lot Size Square Feet: 70,306
Parking Features: None, Asphalt
Parking Total: 18
Road Frontage Type: City Street
Water Source: Public


Days On Market: 469
Subdivision Name: Glen View Estates
Tax Annual Amount: 14998
Zoning: C-2 General commercial District

Extra Information

Disclosures: Unknown, Occupancy Perm Req, Sellers Discl. Avail
Bob Nichols

Bob Nichols

Troy, Missouri

(314) 713-0689

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