Update: Buyer couldn’t close…back on the market! Now offering seller financing!
Beau Beach, MBA CCIM presents:
This is the first time this property has ever been available for purchase! Seller is preparing for retirement.
$25,000 price reduction to ensure a timely sale.
Why pay Nashville prices when you don’t have to? Located just 1.5 miles from 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.
Avoid all the bank headaches! For qualified buyers, seller will provide Seller Financing. ** Full price transaction required.** Choose the option that makes the most sense for your situation:
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Two years gives the buyer plenty of time to refinance when interest rates fall.
Like-New Beautiful Building
This building is beautiful inside and out. Take the Video Tour below to see for yourself. Approx. 500 SF of like-new office space. Very nice restroom. Both the warehouse and office are heated and air conditioned.
So clean you can eat off the floor! Currently used for luxury car storage.
Extreme Shortage of Smaller Industrial Properties
There are very few smaller industrial properties available in Nashville and Hendersonville. This is your chance to own an affordable, well located industrial building for your business.
Convenient Location with Easy I-65 Access
4 minutes to W Main Street / Hwy 31E / Gallatin Pike N. 9 minutes to I-65. 19 minutes (15 miles) to Downtown Nashville.
No work left to do. Built in 2011. Well insulated. 16′ building height with two front 12’w x 14’h drive-in doors, one front 10’w x 12’h drive-in door, two front entry doors, two windows and approx. 15 parking spaces in the front and side parking lot. No flood zone. No opportunity zone.
This parcel of land measures .26 acres. New survey available by request.
Occupied by a quality tenant, Ed Crowley Tool Co., on a month-to-month lease and paying $3,500/mo.. Tenant may stay or the building can be delivered vacant.
Property tours will be limited to serious, prequalified buyers to minimize the disruption to the tenant’s business.
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
Affordable Point for Most Businesses
Priced to ensure a timely sale at just
$190/SF $184/SF. Don’t miss this opportunity. Our office must prepare all the paperwork.
Want to talk? Click here to schedule a call.
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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: $830,000
- Area: 11,300 SF (.26 Acres)
- Phone Number: 615-200-9330
- Space (s.f.): 4,500 SF