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Minnesota Lake Hardware Store

Ref : 56068

Address :

121 Main Street, Minnesota Lake, MN

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Living space 20,000 Sq. Ft.
Floor 2
Heating type Unknown
Hot water type Warehouse & Distribution

Two heated, insulated, and ventilated buildings available for light manufacturing, industrial or retail space. Formerly used as an Implement & Hardware Store. Also previously used for a Plumbing & Heating Shop, and a Opera House on the second floor. Origionally built in the early 1900's, with the newer portion built in the 1950's. Main street parking.

Contact:    Sharon Grunzke
                  City of Minnesota Lake
                  PO Box 98
                  Minnesota Lake, MN  56068
                  fax 507-462-3438

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