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208 N Winsted St. in the Village of Spring Green, Wisconsin
Commercial Real Estate Priced at $399,900
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208 N Winsted St in Spring Green, WI is a wonderful investment opportunity for someone seeking a turn-key operation. It is a modernized 6,534 square foot, one-story building conveniently located on Wisconsin State Route 23 (Winsted St) on the corner of E Monroe St and N Winsted and close to many local landmarks including House on the Rock, the American Players Theater, the beautiful Wisconsin River and Frank Lloyd Wright’s famed Taliesin. 208 N Winsted is directly in the heart of Wisconsin’s tourist area.
Price Includes building, Month-to-Month Fitness Business Tenant and Tenant with Long-Term Lease
The 208 N Winsted St building currently houses the Spring into Motion School of Dance, which is in year three of a 10-year long-term lease and the owner-operated Spring into Motion Fitness Center, which along with its modern exercise equipment may be sold with the building. The fitness center is currently operated as a self-serve business with key-card access for members to use 24/7, and offers a variety of pre-paid memberships ranging from daily to annual. This low-participation business could be very attractive especially to the busy investor who doesn’t need the additional day-to-day responsibility of an actively managed business. 208 N Winsted may be exactly what you are looking for!
208 Winsted St Zoning Offers Conditional Use for Clinics
Of particular interest for 208 N Winsted St is the property’s B-2 zoning that includes a conditional use for clinics. This indeed opens the door of opportunity to medical and medical-related professionals who may be looking for a great investment and possibly a boutique branch office. The fitness center currently has some extra space, which in the past has been leased to a physical therapist. The possibilities are pretty exciting although any clinical use would require some zoning approvals.