Electricity Available, Gas, Water Available, Sewer Available
Remarks:Here is a clean slate in a historic building in charming downtown West Union, Iowa. This two-story structure with a full basement has been gutted and is ready for the next owner to come along and finish it just how they envision. Located directly across from the Fayette County Courthouse, this property could be very successful as a number of businesses. The main floor is 1,375 sqft and could be amazing retail spot, professional office space, bakery, hair salon, photography studio, specialty store, yoga studio, massage business... there are truly endless possibilities when the space is wide open. The second story, also 1,375 sqft, was once a large apartment and has its own separate entrance. Finishing it into an apartment again would give you additional income in a market where people are always looking for nice apartments to rent. If you want your own space in a great location, this building could be a fun project and a great investment.
Listing provided courtesy of Koch Real Estate. Listing Agent: Emily Koch
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