The seller of this property, currently a multi-family home, is offering the site and improvements for further commercial development. In the ideal, the buyer will take advantage of its proximity to the newly-approved 36,000 square foot Hannaford Supermarket to be built near the intersection of Routes 9 and 4 (Elm Street), and a proposed Dollar General store nearby. The site is flat and has two existing curb cuts with frontage on Elm and Maple Streets. The existing building is used as a multifamily, but could be incorporated in a redevelopment scheme or demolished. The period woodwork and cabinetry on the first floor is well-preserved for any buyer who would prefer to retain its elegance for a range of uses. The building also has five fireplaces. Possible redevelopment uses might include a branch bank, restaurant, retail shops, antiques, offices, and more. Vehicle-related uses are not permitted. An abutting property may be available, which, when aggregated would provide a 1.75 acre corner site. Other business generators include Pratt and Whitney's North Berwick facility and Hussey Seating company. - Parking description: Current parking available for 10 - 12 vehicles. Ratio would need to be determined for any new use. - Area description: Village center serving area families and businesses. - Number of buildings: 2 - Building condition: Average - Tenancy: Multiple Tenants
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