Sold: Former McLennan County Justice of Peace Office at 410 East Texas Avenue – Mart, Texas 76664
Posted by:Adam Voight onJanuary 24, 2018
KW Commercial Central Texas would like to announce our latest sold property, the former McLennan County Justice of Peace office located at 410 East Texas Avenue in Mart, Texas.
This 2,500 SqFt building was built in 1911 and sits on 3,125 SqFt of land in Mart, Texas. Mart is located about 15 miles east of Waco, Texas. The property has 25’ of East Texas Avenue frontage with a property depth of 125’ and access to a shared easement alleyway at the back of the property for parking. Roughly 4,700 vehicles pass by this property on a daily basis.
Inside the building is a reception area with receptionist room, three offices with one larger office, a larger open room, which was used as a courtroom, men and women’s restrooms and a storage/file room. The front of the building has large storefront windows, opening up the potential for a retail shop.
Though this property has been purchased, we currently have plenty of other properties available in the Central Texas area. Please click here to see a complete list of those listings.
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Listing Type: Sale Property Type: Free-Standing Property Sub-Type: Office, Retail Sales Price: SOLD
Improvements: 2,500 SqFt Land: 0.0717 Acres Zoned: City of Mart
Owner Will Negotiate
This property is located on the south side of East Texas Avenue in between South Commerce Street and South Pearl Street in Mart, Texas
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