former SunTrust Bank Branch

Sold Retail-Commercial
Catylist Listing ID: 30021497
Property Subtypes: Convenience Store, Free-Standing Building, Mixed Use, Post Office, Restaurant, Street Retail, Other
Property Type: Retail-Commercial
Archived As: Sold

Overview / Comments

Visibility and access are the keys in creating a successful commercial space, and this property has both as it is well located near the busiest intersection in Jonesborough along Hwy 11E / 321 in Washington County, TN, just minutes from Johnson City, TN. The former SunTrust bank building is in good condition and is ready for a transition as Retail site or as another financial institution. The brick colonial style, single level building is well suited for a number of different types of businesses. Additionally, for more room the vault is still intact and could be removed to create another large office or open space. Make a call today for your confidential tour of this great facility. Lots of on site parking as well a fully covered drive thru with multiple lanes. Call today.

Additional Details

Nearest MSA: Johnson City
County: Washington
Taxing Authority: Town of Jonesborough and Washington County, TN
Tax ID/APN: 0520 F 001.00
Zoning: B-3
Retail Clientele: Business
Property Located Between: At the corner of Veterans Prkwy (Hwy 11E/321) and Boones Creek Road
Property Visibility: Excellent
Largest Nearby Street: Property fronts on Veterans Prkwy (Hwy 11E/321)
Highway Access: Property has direct access to Veterans Prkwy (Hwy 11E/321) and Boones Creek Road
Airports: TRI - Tri Cities Regional Airport
Site Description: This level site has great accessibility to Veterans Prkwy (Hwy 11E/321) and Boones Creek Road as well as good on site parking.
Area Description: Jonesborough was originally a part of the Washington District. In 1784, it became the capital of the autonomous State of Franklin (ostensibly named after American founding father, Benjamin Franklin). Franklin, however, was never recognized by Congress, and was re-claimed by North Carolina in late 1788. Jonesborough is the County seat for Washington, and is World Renowned as the "Storytelling Capital" and the "Internation Storytelling Center". Each year thousands descend on Jonesborough for the Annual Storytelling Festival.
Tenancy: Single Tenant
Total Number of Buildings: 1
Number of Stories: 1
Typical SF / Floor: 2,114 SF
Property Condition: Good
Year Built: 1999
Roof Type: Flat
Construction/Siding: Brick
Exterior Description: Colonial Style brick structure
Total Parking Spaces: 16
Parking Type: Surface
Parking Description: Parking for patrons and staff is located at the side/rear of the building with excellent access.
Sprinklers: Wet
Heat Type: Electricity
Heat Source: Ceiling Units, Heat Pump
Air Conditioning: Package Unit
Internet Access: Cable, DSL, Satellite
Interior Description: Large open lobby with a teller line along the South wall, and several glass enclosed office along the North and East walls. Large walk in vault, along with break room and restrooms near the end of the Teller line.
Zoning Description: B-3; General Business which includes a number of types of retail, commercial and professional services.
Lot Frontage: 150'
Lot Depth: 250
Water Service: Municipal
Sewer Type: Municipal
Easements: Utilities
Easements Description: Normal easements for utilities and services along front of property.
Land Ownership: Fee Simple
Legal Description: Upon request

Demographic Statistics

Proximity: 1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population: 990 13,812 52,510
Median Age: 45.91 41.6 41.33
Households: 484 5,589 22,009


Photograph of Listing Agent

Richard S. Armstrong, III

TCI Group - Lowry & Foster, Inc.
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