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$1,100,000


MLS 918481, Active
  • Sale: Commercial/Industrial
  • 0 Total Baths
The Group is proud to bring to market 1510 S College, which was most recently The Wild Boar Cafe. The property zoning can allow for a variety of uses (zoned CC). In the past the building has also been used for an office. The property has been well cared for and has a lot of original touches in great condition. There is alley access w/ parking lot in rear. The huge bsmt also has a separate entrance to facilitate a multi-tenant situation. This property works well for an owner user or an investor.

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Property Details

County
Larimer
Subdivision
L C Moore
Year Built
1922

Jason Billings

Broker Associate / Partner

970-581-6444

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Interior

Basement/Foundation
Full Basement
Disabled Accessibility
Ramp Access
Cooling
Refrigeration / HVAC

Exterior

Construction
Wood / Frame
Stone

Lot & Land

Acres
0.33

Location Description
Level Lot
Within City Limits

Additional Property Details

Tax Year
2019
Property Taxes (yearly)
16,882

Fences
Partially Fenced
Utilities
Natural Gas
Electric
Cable TV Available
High Speed Avail

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