Situated in historic Greenwood in the Kootenay Boundary region, the 'Sears Building' is one of Greenwood's best kept structures. Consisting of 3-storeys and 9,000 square feet, this standalone building offers Commercial at grade with 3 units currently occupied by two tenants, while the second storey is demised into 3 residential units, all of which are rented. The third floor is completely vacant and open allowing a new owner the potential to demise into a number of apartments or utilize it as a single floor residence.
Greenwood boasts the greatest number of historic buildings per capita in BC and draws a significant number of tourists each year. Highway 3 passes directly through Greenwood's downtown core and connects BC's southern interior and the Kootenay region. With a fascinating history dating back over 100 years, Greenwood has become increasingly popular with tourists, new residents and small business owners.
This property was recently placed back on the market with the potential to acquire two vacant and contiguous lots in close proximity to the building. The commercial floor has been re-leased to a new single tenant as well.
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