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W Evans Street - Triplett Mill Site
  • Commercial Land,
  • Culpeper, Virginia,
  • Bypass Intersection,
  • High Traffic Volume,
  • Investment Opportunity,
  • Gas, Convenience,
  • Food, Restaraunt,
  • Lodging, Hotel,
  • Bank,
  • Drug Store,
  • Retail Space,
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SW Corner of Monticello and Evans (US 522 North - Sperryville Pike)
Culpeper, VA 22701

Commercial Land for Sale or Lease

Property Type: Land Parcel Size:1.6 Acres
Zoning: C-3 Commercial
For Sale Price: $1,890,000 Price/Acre:$1,181,250 Price/SF:$27.12
Proposed Use: Commercial
On-Site Improv: Buildings (shown in photo)
Map: Site map and aerial view

The Route 522 corridor has experienced very large-scale new housing development and this roadway has consequently become a very busy one. There is tremendous potential for new commercial growth. Without any question, this is a PREMIER SITE that will accommodate a widely variety of commercial applications.

Landmark Property - Was an operational local flour and feed mill operation well into the 20th Century. Has been closed for over a decade. House to the right of the mill was the former owner's home. The home to the rear is the present owner's home. The mill and both homes are strictly sold in "as-is" condition.

Sale Notes:
This is a landmark site on the western edge of the Town of Culpeper that is zoned C-3. Visibility is great, traffic counts are large and growing daily, all public utilities are available (with three water taps on the site). Including the residential property immediately behind the mill, there is approximately 1.6 acres available.

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Post August 16th, 2012, 2:44 pm
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Doesn't Evans Street stop and Sperryville Pike start at Blue Ridge Avenue?

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