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543 Queen Street S Paisley, Ontario N0G 2N0

2 Bathroom
Air Conditioned

$575,000

For Sale or Lease, and too lovely to stay empty ~ consider bringing your business to this immaculate Town Square anchor building in the Village of Paisley. Since approx 1860, built by Simon Orchard, a founding Father of Paisley, this building has nurtured the most successful of businesses, having surprisingly few owners. Original Tin Ceilings and wooden floors grace this structure, as well as an impressive stone addition at the back. Most recently, this was the home of Thompson Brothers Furniture, which ran successfully for 35+ years! Phase 1 (no need for Phase 2) and a DSSR (Designated Substance Survey Report) have been completed by BluePlan Engineering in 2019 and this building is clean. Best uses would be to host another Retail business or multi level market, artisan complex, indoor mall environment, or to organize several comfortable Office levels and even residential apartments...Work & Stay environment. Icing on the cake is the Riverview of the Saugeen and Teeswater Rivers. (id:26460)

Business

Business Type Retail and Wholesale
Name Formerly Thompson Brothers Furniture

Property Details

MLS® Number 240312
Property Type Retail
Equipment Type Propane Tank
Parking Space Total 5
Rental Equipment Type Propane Tank
Sign Type Unknown

Building

Bathroom Total 2
Basement Type None
Constructed Date 1860
Cooling Type Air Conditioned
Exterior Finish Brick, Stone
Fire Protection Smoke Detectors
Fireplace Present No
Fixture Ceiling Fans
Flooring Type Carpeted, Hardwood
Foundation Type Block, Stone
Heating Fuel Propane
Stories Total 4
Type Retail

Parking

Attached garage
Carport
Covered
Inside Entry 1

Land

Acreage No
Sewer Municipal Sewage System
Size Depth 110 Ft
Size Frontage 49 Ft
Size Irregular 0.14
Size Total 0.14 Ac|under 1/2 Acre
Size Total Text 0.14 Ac|under 1/2 Acre
Zoning Description Com

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