Update: All showings are on hold while this property is being renovated. Rear yard also being paved!
Beau Beach, MBA CCIM presents:
This is the first time this property has been available for purchase in 45 years! Seller is preparing for retirement.
Why pay Nashville prices?
Why pay Nashville prices when you don’t have to? Just 1.5 miles to the Nashville/Davidson County border! Hendersonville is a near North Suburb and the 4th largest city in the Nashville metro area. Lower property taxes too.
Two Attractive Buildings for One Low Price
Two buildings total 4,320 SF. The buildings are currently occupied by different month-to-month tenants but will be delivered vacant to the buyer.
The main clearspan warehouse is 3,200 SF. Built in 1973. Metal construction. 16′ building height. Insulated. Front and rear 12′ x 12′ drive-in doors. Cosmetic improvements are currently being made to the interior of this building.
The rear accessory building is 1,120 SF. It provides 3 bays with drive-in doors. Currently used as a well appointed workshop.
Extreme Shortage of Smaller Industrial Properties
There are very few smaller industrial properties available in Nashville and Hendersonville. This is your chance to own affordable, well located industrial buildings.
Convenient Location with Easy I-65 Access
1 minute to W Main Street / Hwy 31E / Gallatin Pike N. 9 minutes to I-65. 19 minutes (15 miles) to Downtown Nashville.
Massive Fenced Rear Yard
Fenced outdoor storage and parking is in high demand and very hard to find. The rear yard could provide up to 30 more parking spaces, if desired. The unused green space is begging to be put to use.
Zoned Heavy Commercial. Most municipalities call this zoning “Light Industrial”. Click here for a full list of permitted uses.
Permitted uses include:
- Contractor office and storage yard
- Equipment repair
- General business
- Machine Shop
- Welding Shop
- Motor vehicle dealership and rentals
- Motor vehicle service and repair
- Light manufacturing
- Sign manufacturing
- Print shop
Priced to Sell
Property tours will be limited to serious, prequalified buyers to minimize disruption to the tenants’ businesses.
Priced to ensure a timely sale. Don’t miss this opportunity.
Our office must prepare all the paperwork for this transaction.
5 customer parking spaces in front. Upgraded 3 Phase 120/208 volt electrical service. The electrical panels were recently replaced at a cost of $28,000. One executive office, two bathrooms, break room. Air conditioning in the office space.
No flood zone. No opportunity zone. Traffic counts exceed 8,000 vehicles per day.
This land parcel is being subdivived in two. The subdivision will be complete prior to closing. Both 316 and 318 Rockland will have an access easement for the road that leads to the rear yard.
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SUMNER COUNTY OVERVIEW
Sumner County’s business community is anchored by large manufacturing and distribution operations, an outstanding mix of professional service companies and a rapidly expanding retail sector.
Sumner County is a suburban community also known as Nashville’s North Shore because the county’s entire 63-mile southern border meanders along Old Hickory Lake, which gives Sumner County a unique claim within the Nashville area to a major navigable waterway with lakeside living and unlimited water recreation. Old Hickory Lake divides Davidson and Sumner County and works in conjunction with the Cumberland River as the ecological focal point of Sumner County to provide water-based outdoor activities and a quality of life that attracts new residents and corporations.
Sumner is the third most affluent county in the state of Tennessee. It has a median household income of $54,916 and a median family income of $65,313. More than 60 companies are headquartered, have regional offices or distribution facilities in Sumner County. The largest employers in the county include Gap, Inc. (1,306), Sumner Regional Medical Center (1,077), UniPres USA Inc. (1,062), Xtend Healthcare (928), and Volunteer State Community College (714).
Although the county seat is Gallatin, the city with the largest population in Sumner County is Hendersonville which has 51,372 residents.
Hendersonville, founded in 1784, is now the fourth-largest city in the Nashville metropolitan area after Nashville, Murfreesboro, and Franklin and the 10th largest in Tennessee. It also ranks high in livability with a variety of amenities, low crime rates, great education resources, reasonable housing prices, and restaurants, parks, grocery stores etc., within a short distance of neighborhoods.
13 miles to Nashville Airport. 18 miles to Downtown Nashville. $75,146 median household income. $500,740 median MSA new home price. 11.5% increase in population in Sumner County since 2020.
From its state parks, to historical sites, to shopping and entertainment, its rich heritage make Hendersonville one of the best cities in Tennessee.
- Price: $995,000
- Area: 17,738 SF Land Parcel (Estimated)
- Phone Number: 615-200-9330
- Space (s.f.): 4,320 Total SF