407 Main Street in Rochester For Sale

The perfect location to launch or grow your business or simply invest is this downtown Rochester Main Street building consisting of approximately 4,000 square feet in the heart of the central business district.  With a large open front space and smaller offices behind, the possibilities are endless for configuring the first floor into a perfect commercial space.  The building consists of approximately 2,500 square feet on the first floor, and 1,500 square feet of three apartments on the upper level. The property has been substantially updated over the years; Roof in 2005, Air Conditioning 2005, Waterproof paint 2007, New pavement 2007, Main floor rewired 2004, New exterior electric service panels 2007.  The main floor was re-engineered by a former bank to hold safes providing substantial flooring support.  The front two-thirds of the building has concrete base flooring and reinforced joists; and the back third has hardwood, giving the option for an eclectic renovation.  Above the suspended ceiling and track lighting, an original tin ceiling could be re-exposed, along with tin walls behind the existing drywall, giving a true historic Main Street feel. With two dedicated parking spaces behind the building, and a great unmetered City Parking Lot directly behind, this location provides excellent access front and rear, to both the first floor space and the upper apartments.    The first floor space contains two bathrooms.  One bath was converted to a small kitchen, but the piping exists.  Three apartments upstairs include three bathrooms and three basic kitchen set-ups.  Entry to the upstairs is available through either front or rear doors, served by staircases.

This is a MUST SEE property!  Call Jeff Whitbey at 248-327-4555 for a private showing!

Property Details:

Lot Size:  22’ x 150’Approximate Building Dimension:  First floor– 22’x114’; Second floor—22’x72’;  Parking—22’x36’Approximate Square Footage: 4092 total.  First Floor—2,508’; Second Floor—1,584’; Parking—792’Ceiling Height:  First floor—13’9” to tin ceiling; 11’ to existing suspended ceiling; Second Floor—10’3”Taxes:  Summer—$5,717; Winter—$1,718   System Ages:  Roof—1 year; Windows—New; Furnace—2 years; Hot Water Heater—2 years; New copper pipingBuild Date:  1883 by Louis E. Palmer.Downtown Development District location.  DDA Annual Fee appx. $817/yearTraffic Count:  Rochester Road/Main Street count appx. 38,000 cars per day.

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