A rare opportunity awaits for investment buyers! 425 East Main street in Fredericksburg, most commonly known as the former Whistle Pik complex. This is an exceptional opportunity to own an entire Main St. compound in the HEART of one of the most popular destinations in Texas which of course is FREDERICKSBURG TEXAS!
This unique compound is in the 400 block of E. Main St. on the corner of Main and Elk St. and consist of five buildings. Four of the structures have approximately 9,234 combined square footage of heated and cooled space, the 5th building is approximately 700 square feet and used for storage at present.
The building used for storage is located at back of the property and the two story buildings facing Elk Street are historical. The entire compound is in the Historical shopping district. The location is zoned CBD (Central Business District) which allows a multitude of uses including Wine or wedding Venues, distillery, restaurants, retail, short term rentals, bars and more.
There are two parking lots (worth Gold in Fredericksburg!) that have approximately 4,000+ combined square footage. One parking lot is paved with the other being granite gravel. Additionally, there is Main St. and Elk St. Street parking.
The property size is approximately 0.915 acre and fronts scenic Baron’s Creek. This seasonal creek meanders through the back of several Main St. properties.
A gorgeous custom iron and brick fence and privacy wall encompass a unique courtyard of cobblestone pavers, streetlamps, up lighting in trees, lush landscaping, two outdoor restrooms and a canopy of mature trees as well as a large bronze water fountain constructed of "pigeons in flight". This establishes the courtyard a sense of serenity to visitors who would be able to flow in and out of each building for possible shopping and dining or whatever flavor of events an owner has to offer!
Three of the buildings were built in 1995 by the well-known Artist G. Harvey and one building was used as his private Art Gallery. The other structures were formally leased, and one was used as a restaurant. When the restaurant closed G. Harvey then used that building as a second Gallery and office spaces were rented in the remaining two buildings of the compound.
The location cannot be beat and the foot traffic from hotels and neighboring short-term rentals will offer additional traffic from those visitors walking up to the middle of Main St. As for now this compound awaits a buyer with a vision and the ability to transform this special property into a showplace that it so deserves to be!
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