For Sale By Owner: This handsome historic 6,000 SF Texas cast-stone block building is perfectly located 35 miles from lively downtown Austin along the beautiful Taylor main street. The main level is well-situated for your Central Texas commercial venture with groundfloor restaurant / retail space and commercial kitchen area, or even an open artist's studio with downtown main street frontage. The high ceilings, rustic accents, and amazing light of the upper level allow for cool Texas loft living just outside of the hassle of Austin and Round Rock area traffic. You will love the authentic Texas feel of this truly one-of-a-kind building while you appreciate its great location: Access to town parks and trails, live music & great food; Close to Granger Lake; Easy drive to/from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.
UPPER LEVEL. LOFT LIVING: Custom stained glass, high ceilings, full-length windows, rustic wood floors, light, light and more light. The upper living space is comprised of 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, office, large living area open to the kitchen, with central air/heat, natural gas fireplace, and it's own separate secure private entry (3,325 SF per WCAD).
LOWER LEVEL. COMMERCIAL SPACE: The original plate metal ceilings, wood floors and interior columns have afforded the first floor level consistent commercial lease opportunities. 3,277 SF (per WCAD) includes a large open area, commercial kitchen, storage room, warehouse space, and a loading entrance from the alley. Currently leased as retail space, it was originally home to the town's first newspaper, a meeting place, hardware store, cafe, restaurant, gallery and events venue, incuding parties and weddings.
Situated in Williamson County (one of Central Texas' highest growth corridors) just across from the post office, adjacent retail, office and commercial establishments, this beautiful historic building is at the highest volume pedestrian traffic corner in downtown Taylor.
AROUND THE BLOCK: This historic Texas 1907 cast-stone block stand-alone has 3 entrances including alley-loading area, well-maintained curbs and gutters, and has recently had its exterior decorative detail nicely restored.
BUILDING HISTORY: Boasting pressed ceilings, water fountain from one of Austin's parks, and leaded glass insets, this stunning 2-story stone-cast building was built in 1907 by the International Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF). It has served many purposes: originally home to the town's first newspaper and meeting place for fraternal organizations including the IOOF and Woodmen Of the World (WOW), later a hardware store, cafe, restaurant, gallery and events venue.
OUR GREAT LOCATION: Taylor is a wonderful community with lots to offer, whether you are looking for yourself, your friends or your family.
Only 35 miles from the plentiful amenities of downtown Austin, the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, and the many area trails, this well-placed property is within walking distance to All of Downtown Taylor including beautiful Heritage Square, Murphy Park, and the Taylor Hike & Bike Trail. PLUS it's less than 10 miles from awesome recreation oppotrunties of Granger Lake!
At the corner of West 4th Street and Talbot, our grand building sits adjacent to the Post Office and within walking distance to all of downtown Taylor, which lies within the Texas Bar-B-Que Trail and home to the famous Louie Mueller Barbeque and the Circleville Store. If live music and perhaps some dancing is on your card, be sure to check out R Brushy Creek Bar, Moe's Lounge, and the 1900's dancehall of the Cotton Club & Steakhouse just down the road in Granger.
120 W. 4th Street in Taylor:
Take Hwy 79 to Taylor, Hwy 95 (Main Street), North to 4th Street, West to Talbot.
Property on North-east corner of W 4th and Talbot. Little Liberty's is leasing the downstairs commercial space.
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