This character-filled building, per research, dates back to the 1930's and lies downtown Cheraw.
Exposed Interior Brick Walls
Commercial Historic District
A tall and colorful front facade filled with colorful brick and lots of glass that fill the interior with natural light + an awning and frontage on Second Street make this a potential location for a retail store, service operation, food service, event space and more.
Given the climate in Cheraw with it's launch of the Main Street America program and available local, state, and federal incentives make this property attractive for rehab and investment.
The property's use in recent years has been storage, yet it has received partial wiring, partial plumbing for a restroom & kitchen, rubber roof installed, partial ductwork and air handler.
It features high ceilings, exposed beams, brick interior wall sidewalls, and concrete floor.
The rear of the building has an open area that, with some work, could create an open roof courtyard that would be ideal for events and foodservice.
The approximate square footage building is 3,000+/-, the property is currently zoned Core Commercial and lies within the towns Historic District.
The traffic count per SCDOT is 1,800 cars per day.
The property lies just a few hundred feet from the town by-pass and is visable. The SCDOT traffic count for the by-pass measures 5,300 cars per day.
Current businesses within a block include dining, professional services, event space, and more.
If you're looking for a downtown Cheraw opportunity property, consider 143 Second Street.
A brokerage principal has an interest in the property.