Commercial waterfront building on Vineyard Haven Harbor with 25 Feet…
Sparkling newly renovated mixed-use commercial building in a prime and bustling location in Oak Bluffs. Having been completely rebuilt from top to bottom in 2012-2014 with design work by Sullivan + Associates, the building is immaculate and stands ready for a variety of potential uses. In the past the property was an A&P grocery store, a 99-occupancy restaurant, and is now being utilized for both high-end retail and residential. The first floor includes a dramatic, highly desirable retail/restaurant/bar space, a state of the art commercial kitchen, three half bathrooms and rear loading area. A new large basement provides an incredible space for clean, dry storage and business operations, a rarity on Martha’s Vineyard. On the top floor are two gorgeous apartments, that feature 5 bedrooms in total, along with a studio/office. Originally built in 1900, the recent extensive renovations to the building featured an exceptional level of finish and quality. The building meets all fire codes, handicap accessibility requirements, and health regulations, and was thoughtfully engineered to be weather and sound proof. Truly a vibrant and irreplaceable offering in the absolute perfect location for mixed-used or commercial clients on Martha’s Vineyard.
Parking: Street parking, loading zone parking only steps away to building’s back gate, covered delivery area
Basement: The air-tight commercial basement includes 1381 sf of crucial space for storage and operation of business above. Walk-in refrigerator and walk-in freezer, washer and dryer and all utilities – triple filtered water system, on-demand hot water, locked liquor room complete with security cameras, and 700 feet of additional loft storage. Engineering to be pest free and impervious to elements. Delivery door and ramp lead to basement from a covered space for deliveries.
Listing Agency: Compass
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