Roughly 24,000 square feet of historic character and charm: 4 floors, 20 rooms, 6 offices, 2 ramps, 1 loading dock, 1 drive-in bay, 1 conveyer belt, and flanked by competing railroad tracks-the opportunities at 339 W. Antietam St. are endless! Built in 1913, the property originally housed The Caskey Baking Company and still in place are the original freight elevator and loading platform for horse drawn carriages!
And you’re not ready for this-you’ve got another 24,000 square feet of space in the basement just waiting for your future plans!
Tidbits and other important information: The building has 3-phase power, gas heat, duct work for central air, and a family of white tail deer who frequent the backyard. You and the critters alike will enjoy privacy as the property backs up to private wooded railroad property that has no future plans to be built on.
Located just minutes from major roadways, this property is a breeze for commercial transportation needs. According to the City of Hagerstown Department of Community & Economic Development, “the city is well positioned at the crossroads of 1-81 and I-70, and the CSX, Norfolk Southern, and Winchester & Western Railroads. This provides access to 50% of the nation's population overnight.” Also enjoy the accessibility and convenience of Hagerstown’s Downtown located within walking distance!
The property is zoned for various uses and is perfect for warehouse/storage/office/flex space. It has been well looked-after with many new upgrades and renovations, including: updated double-paned aluminum windows, installation of new steel doors on street facing entries, new pavement, and newly renovated kitchen and office spaces. A rare find for sure, don’t miss this opportunity!