There are two free standing buildings on site, a small restaurant at 1,675 SF built in 1970 and a larger 4,275 SF retail store built in 1984, both in good condition. Both are net leased. This is a busy location at a controlled intersection right in the middle of Wakefield's commercial district. Surrounding uses include the US Post Office, banks, restaurants and retail centers like Quo Vadis and Belmont Plaza. High traffic counts at low speeds provide good visibility. Plenty of onsite parking. Drive through possible. Breakfast Nook is a steel frame/steel panel building with steel roof, built on a concrete foundation with full basement; in good condition. The much larger retail building is a wood frame structure with wood siding and shingled roof. It has a full basement that offers full utility including additional retail space, in great condition. Breakfast Nook built in 1970; SOS built in 1984. Breakfast Nook: 10 Year roof, single 200 amp/220 Volt service. SOS: 10 year roof, double 200 amp/220 Volt service. Site is relatively flat with slight rise, paved with room to drive around the buildings. Drive through possible. Abuts paper street.
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX FLAGSHIP, INC..
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