Stewart St. Corner in Milton

Sold Retail-Commercial
Catylist Listing ID: 30028708
Property Subtypes: Free-Standing Building, Mixed Use, Restaurant, Tavern/Bar/Nightclub
Property Type: Retail-Commercial
Archived As: Sold

Overview / Comments

Great corner location just North of downtown Milton on Stewart St.. Priced to sell! Don't miss out on the opportunity to locate your business here. Move in ready for a restaurant operation. Could also be a a tear down to start fresh as an office or retail location with the advantage of being a corner lot.

Additional Details

Nearest MSA: Pensacola-Ferry Pass-Brent
County: Santa Rosa
Taxing Authority: Santa Rosa County
Tax ID/APN: 031N282530083000011
Retail Clientele: General, Family, Business
Property Located Between: Hunt St and Hwy 90 directly on Stewart
Property Visibility: Excellent
Largest Nearby Street: Stewart St.
Feet of Frontage: 93
Traffic/Vehicle Count: 15,800
Highway Access: Just north of Hwy 90
Tenancy: Single Tenant
Total Number of Buildings: 1
Number of Stories: 1
Typical SF / Floor: 2,044 SF
Property Condition: Good
Year Built: 1910
Year Renovated: 1985
Roof Type: Gable
Construction/Siding: Vinyl Siding
Total Parking Spaces: 23
Parking Type: Surface
Zoning Description: Sec. III-4.8. - Neighborhood retail commercial district (C-1). (a) Intent and purpose. This district is composed of lands and structures used primarily to provide for the retailing of commodities and the furnishing of selected services. The regulations are intended to permit and encourage a full development of essential commercial uses, at the same time, however, protecting nearby residential properties from the adverse effects of commercial activity. (b) Uses permitted. The following uses shall be permitted within any C-1 district: (1) Shopping centers; (2) Personal service establishments, such as: a. Banks; b. Barbershops and beauty parlors; c. Medical and dental clinics; d. Restaurants; e. Financial institutions; f. Professional and other offices; g. Parking garages and lots; h. Laundry and dry cleaning pickup stations; i. Self-service coin-operated laundry and dry cleaning establishments; j. Shoe repair; k. Tailoring; l. Watch and clock repair; m. Locksmiths; and n. Data processing; (3) Retail businesses, such as: a. Drug stores, hardware stores and lumberyards which are totally enclosed; b. Book stationary gift shops; c. China and luggage shops; d. Newsstands; e. Photographic supplies and studios; and f. Ladies', men's and children's apparel; (4) Automobile repair shops for ignition, fuel, brake and suspensions systems; (5) Filling stations and service stations where only the customary and usual services are rendered such as minor adjustments and routine or emergency servicing, including the following: a. The sale of fuel and fuel-related products; b. Tire repair and servicing, but not recapping; c. The replacement of mufflers and tailpipes, water hose, fan belts, brake fluid, light bulbs, floor mats, seat covers, wiper blades, windshield wipers, and replacement of grease retainers and wheel bearings; d. Radiator cleaning and flushing; e. Washing and polishing; f. Greasing and lubrication; g. Exchanging fuel pumps and installing fuel lines; h. The minor servicing and replacing of carburetors; i. Emergency wiring repairs; j. Adjusting and repair of brakes; k. The sale and servicing of spark plugs, batteries and distributors; l. Minor engine adjustments, not involving head removal; and m. The sale of cold drinks and packaged foods as accessory only to principal operations; (6) Churches and schools; (7) Day nurseries, kindergartens, and other child care centers; (8) Florist shops, the products of which are displayed and sold wholly within an enclosed building; (9) Grocery, fruit, vegetable and retail meat market stores; (10) Health baths and spas; (11) Hospitals and nursing homes, but not animal hospitals; (12) Interior decorating, home furnishing, and furniture stores; (13) Music conservatory, dancing schools and art studios; (14) Performing arts theatres and museums; (15) Music, radio and television shops; (16) Retail paint and wallpaper stores; (17) Funeral parlors; (18) Antiques shops; (19) Photographic equipment and supplies, sales, service, and processing; (20) Dry cleaning and laundering services; (21) Bakeries, the products of which are sold only at retail on the premises; (22) Radio broadcasting and telecasting stations; studios and offices; (23) Communications towers; (24) Restaurants; (25) Miniwarehouses to provide private storage compartments primarily for use by private individuals for storage only, and not to be used for any other purpose including; but not limited to, workshops, and garages and further limited in the following ways: a. The building shall not exceed 15 feet in height; b. Street frontage to be set back a minimum of 30 feet from the property lines; and c. All storage will be within the building's confines and nothing shall be stored outside thereof; (26)
Lot Frontage: 93
Lot Depth: 114
Water Service: Municipal
Sewer Type: Municipal
Legal Description: TOWN OF MILTON PORT OF LOT 1 BLK 83 & LOT 8 BLK 89 DES AS:PARCEL 1A: COM AT NW SEC CORNTHN S0*19'38"W 30 FT TO S R/W OF PARK AVE THN S89*40'22"E ONR/W 1285.52 FT TO W R/W OF SRD#87 (STEWART ST) THN S48*50'24"E ON W R/W 15.13 FT TO A CURV(R=2264.95 FT CHB=S9*33'58"E) GO ON CURV 113.22 FT TO REVRS COMPOUND CURV CONT ON CURV 305.90 FT (CHB=S6*59'48"E) TO S R/W OF HUNT ST FOR POB THN CONT ON CURV 92.49 FT (R=2201'CHB=S1*49'53"E) THN N89*40'22"W 95.80 FT THN N0*19'38"E 92. 68 FT TO S R/W OF HUNT ST THN S89*30'15"E ON S R/W 92.32 FT TO POB & PARCEL 1B: COM AT NW SEC CORN THN S0*19'38"W 30 FT TO S R/W OF PARK AVE THNS89*40'22"E 1285.52 FT TO W LNOF STEWART ST (SRD 87) THN S48*50'24"E 15.13 FT TO CURV (R= 2264.95'CHB=S9*33'58"E) GO 113.22 FT TO REVRS CURV (R=2201' CHB=S6*59'48"E) GO ON CURV 305.90 FT TO S R/W OF HUNT ST THNN89*30'15"W ON S R/W 92.32 FT TO POB THN S0*19'38"W 92.68 FTTHN N89*40'22"W 20 FT TO PT OFTERMINUS IN BNDRY LN AGRMNT INOR 1586 PG 402 THN N0*20'17"E 92.75 FT TO S R/W OF HUNT ST THN S89*30'15"E ON R/W 20 FT TO POB AS DES IN OR 3511 PG 900 & IN OR 3528 PG 930 (INCLDS LOT 8.1 BLK 89 BEING PARCEL II)

Demographic Statistics

Proximity: 1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population: 5,353 21,051 45,081
Median Age: 35.41 38.93 37.68
Households: 2,187 8,288 16,225


Photograph of Listing Agent

Chris Green, Jr

Coldwell Banker Commercial NRT Pensacola Gulf Coast CMLS Member
Photograph of Listing Agent

Grover Robinson

Coldwell Banker Commercial NRT Pensacola Gulf Coast CMLS Member
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