Beau Beach, MBA CCIM presents:
Well located…turn-key warehouse…priced for a timely sale! Just 12 miles to downtown Nashville…without the downtown Nashville price.
A business owner will love this insulated, clearspan warehouse with HVAC and two huge 12′ x 12′ drive-in doors. The 50′ x 65′ (3,250 SF) building was constructed in 1984 and feels newer. Four walk-in doors. Two offices…each with its own exterior entrance. Approx. 14′ clear ceiling height in the center and 12′ at the outside walls. Two ceiling fans. Metal roof and siding. 6 skylights. Two slop sinks. Hot water heater. One restroom.
Four walk-in coolers were constructed inside the building. The coolers and offices and can be easily removed if not needed.
Front Office Building
The 1948 office building that fronts Dickerson Road has 2,930 SF of space between two levels. The lower level is no longer used. The upper level is used for storage. There are 3 realistic options for this building:
- Continue to use for storage as-is
- Renovate the top floor for all uses other than storage
- Demolish the building to add additional vehicle or equipment parking
The buildings sit on a 14,731 SF lot with 15 parking spaces. There is also approx. 1,000 SF of outside storage space that cannot be seen from Dickerson Road. Strong signage opportunity. Traffic counts exceed 17,000 vehicles per day.
The building is zoned CS (Commercial Service) which allows a number of uses including:
- Automotive sales and service
- Consumer repair services
- Building materials
- Construction sales and services
- Plant nurseries
- High technology manufacturing
- Wholesale sales
- General retail
- General personal services
- General business services
- And many more…
Do not procrastinate. This unique opportunity will not last long.
We’ll prepare your offer and pay $500 of your legal fees.
The city of Nashville and Davidson County merged in 1963 as a way for Nashville to combat the problems of urban sprawl. The combined entity is officially known as “the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County”, and is popularly known as “Metro Nashville” or simply “Metro”. It offers services such as police, fire, electricity, water and sewage treatment.
There are six smaller municipalities within the consolidated city-county: Belle Meade, Berry Hill, Forest Hills, Oak Hill, Goodlettsville, and Ridgetop. These municipalities use a two-tier system of government, with the smaller municipality typically providing police services and the Metro Nashville government providing most other services.
Goodlettsville is a city in Davidson and Sumner counties, Tennessee. At the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 15,921 and in 2019 the population was 16,798.
Goodlettsville’s rich history includes a deep connection with Nashville. At one time nearly all the country music stars called Goodlettsville their home, and some still do. From Patsy Cline to Grandpa Jones, Loretta Lynn, Bill Monroe, and now Garth Brooks and Trish Yearwood, along with many others, Goodlettsville has always been a convenient location to step away from the bright lights of the stage to a down home, comfortable, and friendly place to live.
- Price: $649,000
- Area: 14,731 SF Lot
- Phone Number: 615-200-9330
- Space (s.f.): 6,180 SF