103 1st Street N, Cabri, Saskatchewan


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About 103 1st Street N

If a property could be a mullet, this is it -- only it is party in the front and business in the back! This former community centre was suffering from structural and moisture issues, but that has been rectified with support poles 8' in the ground, new concrete footings, a sump pit and weeping tile added. Now, with the 10' high, 18' wide door added to the back and gravel flooring, this property becomes a great workshop with tons of room for parking, as well as any other shop work you want to do. Maybe all you want to do is have an affordable place to store a classic vehicle, maybe you want a get-away workshop to tinker with vehicles or woodwork, maybe you have a business idea that needs an economical space. This 3,280 sq.ft. building has a 200 amp service, a 2006 high-efficient furnace, 3 bathrooms, and a kitchen area. Hey, a person gets hungry when tinkering. There is also ample exterior parking thanks to the bonus of owning the lots next door. The building is on two 25-foot lots, and the two 25-foot lots to the left of the building are also included, making this 100x115-foot total of land. If this gets your mind racing with the possibilities, give a real estate agent a call and let's explore the opportunity.

Features of 103 1st Street N

MLS® # SK932691
Price $89,000
Bathrooms 0.00
Square Footage 3,280
Acres 0.28
Year Built 1987
Type Commercial
Sub-Type Warehouse
Status Active

Community Information

Address 103 1st Street N
Subdivision Cabri
City Cabri
Province Saskatchewan
Postal Code S0N 0J0


Amenities Heavy Floor Loading, Interior Space, Onsite Parking, Sump
Parking Spaces 15
Is Waterfront No
Has Pool No


Heating Floor Model Furnace
Fireplace No
Has Basement No


Construction Wood & Frame

Additional Information

Date Listed June 7th, 2023
Days on Market 319
HOA Fees 0.00

Listing Details

OfficeCentury 21 Accord Realty

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