1 Bay ST, Unit#E,
1 Bay ST, Unit#E Westerly, Rhode Island 02891 United States

1 Bay ST, Unit#E
1 Bay ST, Unit#E Westerly, Rhode Island 02891 United States

  • .67 Acres
  • 2016
    Year Built
  • 1325443
    Web Id
  • 1325443
    MLS ID
  • Watch Hill
  • Westerly
    School District


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About 1 Bay ST, Unit#E, Westerly, Rhode Island

Rare Commercial Condo Available in Watch Hill, RI. This 1,200SqFt Unit was built in 2016 as part of the historical reconstruction of Watch Hills Lanphear Livery, originally built in 1890. This property is the newest retail construction in Watch Hill, and the 1st building that you see as you enter the Village of Watch Hill! Situated on the NE end of Watch Hill, and strategically located in terms of access to potential clients adjacent to the largest public parking lot in Watch Hill. This unit features an open floor plan, with two public entrances, plus a storage/break room with its own point of ingress/egress for employees. The unit is currently configured for retail, but is also perfect for professional services such as financial or real estate. The building is a cornerstone of the community and the other current owners in the building are a fine-art gallery and non-profit that holds community and educational events on the premises throughout the year, which adds to the customer traffic. If you are looking for prime retail space within the very special and sought after demographic Watch Hill, RI area, you need to see this space! Watch Hills status as a travel destination continues to grow and this is your chance to own a piece of it! (Tenant currently in place for the 2023 season.)

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Property ID:1325443

MLS ID:1325443

Listing Courtesy of Mott & Chace Sotheby's Intl.

About : Washington County

Ocean and shoreline are a large part of the area known as South County, with 100 miles of breathtaking coastline—from secluded bays to long, sandy beaches. Located in the southwestern part of Rhode Island and bordering Connecticut, the coastal towns and villages of Washington and Kent Counties have long been attractive to second-home residents seeking relaxation and leisure in outdoor activities integrated within strong permanent communities.
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