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151 East Main St
Kingsport, TN 37660

Stories: 1.0 Unit: #3
Price: $615,000  Price Per ft²: $192.19  List Date: 2024-03-14  DOM:  35
City Tax: $0 County Tax: $0
Year Built: 1916 About homes built before 1978

Finished Area: 3,200 ft²

Unfinished: 0 ft² (not in garage)  

Total Area: 3,200 ft² (Finished & Unfinished)

Lot Size: 0.00 acre(s)Lot Dimensions: See Remarks
Heating: Electric, Heat Pump, Natural GasCooling: Heat PumpWater & Sewage: Public

Description

ATTENTION RESTAURANT OWNERS! Introducing an exceptional piece of real estate ready for transformation! There are endless possibilities for this downtown property, offering urban charm and classic architecture. With all of the strategic investments being made by the City of Kingsport and other local investors, this property is in the perfect location for a restaurant or any business to thrive. Imagine this space with an Industrial Modern build out, indoor/outdoor bar and seating, the possibilities are endless. The price includes 3,200 sq ft of 151 E Main St, this property still has to be subdivided before closing. Call for more details. With the new development of Brickyard Village plus convenient access to downtown from the Brickyard Bridge there will be 464 households that are within walking distance of this property's front door. THIS PROPERTY IS LOCATED IN AN OPPORTUNITY ZONE! HISTORY OF THIS PROPERTY: Welcome to the historic Kingsport Freight Depot! This commercial property boasts a rich history and a promising future in downtown Kingsport, Tennessee. Originally serving as the Kingsport Freight Depot, this iconic building has witnessed the city's transformation over the years and is now poised to be part of the exciting developments reshaping downtown Kingsport. The Kingsport Freight Depot has a storied past, serving as a vital transportation hub for both goods and passengers in the early 20th century. Located in the heart of downtown Kingsport, this property enjoys a central and convenient location, making it an ideal choice for businesses seeking to be at the epicenter of the city's growth. The Carolina, Clinchfield, and Ohio Passenger train stations, along with the adjacent freight depot, were constructed in 1916. The building's design was the work of New York architect Clinton McKenzie.

Community Information

Geographical
County: Sullivan
Subdivision:
Zoning: Commercial
School System
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Interior

Exterior

Roof: Metal Exterior Finish: Brick 

Photos

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Listing by Conservus Real Estate Group
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