SOLD: Mixed-Use Investment Property

98, South Main Street, Freeport, Hempstead, Nassau County, New York, 11520, United States
$999,999

Description

ERG Commercial Real Estate is pleased to present a mixed-use building located on 98 S Main St, Freeport, NY 11520. This property is conveniently located on the busy street of South Main Street. Close proximity to Sunrise Highway and located in a densely populated retail area. 98 S Main St is a two story building totaling 5,200 square feet and sits on a 5,734 square foot lot. This prime location sees over 24,000 cars passing daily. The building consist of two retail stores and two 3-bedroom apartments on the second floor.

Property Documents

Detail

  • Price: $999,999
  • Building Size: 5200 SF
  • Lot Size: 5734 SF
  • Year Built: 1905
  • Property Type: Mixed Use
  • Property Status: Sold
  • Property Tax Amount: $24,000
  • Block: 481
  • Lot: 21
  • Zoning: Business B
  • Property Stories: 2
  • Residential Units: 2
  • Commercial Units: 3
  • Annual Income: $112,044
  • Total Expenses: $37,700
  • NOI: $74,344
  • City: Nassau
  • State/County: New York
  • Neighborhood: Freeport
  • Country: United States

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