The converted homes on East Boulevard are the kind of offices that the Agenda dreams about, and we know we aren’t the only ones. If you’re in the market, here are four that give off the same type of vibes available for purchase right now.
Chris Wannamaker of Providence Commercial Real Estate Advisors (704-373-1181) has the listing.
Specs: Built in 1935, 2,400 sq. ft., 2 floors, 6 parking spaces
List price: $695,000
Noticed for: Location, kitchen, back porch
Per the listing: “2,400 office in heart of Midtown off Kenilworth Ave near the Metropolitan. Great location and space for professional services firm. 4 to 5 private offices, conference room, full kitchen, open areas.”
John Stipp of Office Properties (704-540-1260) has the listing. Photo via LoopNet.
Specs: Built in 1928, 3,300 sq. ft., 3 stories, 1.21 acres, parking on-site
List price: $850,000
Noticed for: Grand exterior, outside space
Shawn George of Queen City Commercial (304-741-0948) has the listing. Photo via LoopNet
Specs: Built in 1923, 3,337 sq. ft., 2 stories, parking on-site
List price: $975,000
Noticed for: Gorgeous hardwoods and multiple fireplaces
Per the listing: “Rare opportunity to own in the heart of Elizabeth. This all brick O-2 zoned office building offers high ceilings and hardwoods throughout, slate roof, plenty of storage, two full bathrooms, large kitchen, private garden in rear and plenty of room for parking. Building has 6 private offices, large lobby and an abundance of closets/storage. Ideally located near Caswell and E 7th Avenue in Midtown Charlotte. Close to all restaurants and retail. Walking distance to Pecan Point Shopping Center and Starbucks.” Photo via LoopNet.
John Hadley of The Nicholas Company (704-373-9797) has the listing. Photo via The Nichols Company.
Specs: Built in 1916, 5,567 sq. ft., 3 stories, parking on-site
List price: $1,500,000
Noticed for: Location, building style
Feature image via LoopNet