2001 10th Street, Emmetsburg, IA 50536

Homes for Sale in Emmetsburg, IA 50536 | MLS #240084


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Stunning Historic Building that has been immaculately taken care of and well worth the value for the space! This Building is beautiful in so many ways from the stained glass, original light fixtures, updated conveniences and custom woodwork throughout. The open center of the building with the high ceiling adds SO many possibilities to turn this space into a restaurant, open venue, more retail businesses or even a house! The roof is brand new, the basement is large with additional show room space & bathroom. There is street parking (on both sides) in front of the building as well as on the East side. The rear of the building has several green lots (24'x112' ea) that could be used for additional parking, outdoor entertainment or expansion. Sale is for the building and land.

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EXIT Realty Midwest- Spencer/Emmetsburg, Dana Reinders (712.580.3948)



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