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Flexible Commercial Building in Desirable Central Location

$498,000

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Flexible Three-Room Commercial Clinic in Convenient Central Location

Set in a central Richmond location that offers both convenient bus and freeway access, this 1,117-square foot commercial property offers endless use cases. Built in 1956 and zoned for a medical building/clinic, the Mid-Century style building has been utilized as a dentist office since conception. Owned by a father/son duo and meticulously maintained over the years, this commercial building is on the market for the first time to date. Appointed with a trio of office/treatment rooms, a sizeable conference room, reception area, plus staff room with adjacent kitchenette, the flexible floorplan includes a pair of half bathrooms and ample storage closets throughout. Replete with a brick entryway, frosted glass, and abundant windows that welcome natural light, the light-soaked building offers the perfect footprint for a small family practice.

Property details:

  • Mid-century commercial building built in 1956
  • Central Richmond location near bus lines and freeway
  • Well-maintained 1,117-square foot interior
  • Decked in carpeted flooring, frosted glass, and ample windows
  • 3 office/treatment rooms, 2 half baths, reception, staff room, and kitchenette
  • Abundant storage closets
  • Flexible use cases as a clinic or dentistry office
  • First time on market

MLS # 40962437

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460 46th Street, Richmond

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460 46th Street, Richmond

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