Opportunities to buy a Berkshire County business
There are nearly 150 commercial properties and businesses for sale in the Berkshires, according to theberkshiresforsale.com, a real estate website dedicated to the area.
The properties include turn-key operations as well as sites that haven't seen a tenant in a decade.
Types or properties available include a condo complex, pizzerias, motels, restaurants, bowling alleys, a winery, a three-story commercial brick building, a church, garages, delis, a solar panel field, offices, industrial space, homes in commercial districts, sub shops, barbershops and an outdoor mini mall, among others.
The least-expensive commercial properties at Real Time Berkshire County MLS Property Listings for Sale include:
- A commercial/residential property on Route 8 in North Adams for $65,000;
- A circa 1800 commercial/residential property in Middlefield being sold "as is" for $79,000;
- A 120-year-old mixed-use building with awning in Adams for $89,000;
- A Tyler Street home in Pittsfield with first-floor retail space and an apartment upstairs for $89,999;
- And a Pittsfield pet store for $99,000.
The most-expensive commercial properties listed for sale include:
- A former Lenox "cottage" for Harley Procter, of Procter & Gamble fame, that was turned into an inn boasting 11 luxury bedrooms, for $2,995,000;
- Valleyhead, a 12-acre retreat in Lenox with seven buildings and enough beds to sleep 75 people, for $2,990,000;
- The Spinning Mill on Hoosac Street in Adams is a boarded up, red-brick manufacturing building with 183,000 square feet across three floors, for $2,850,000;
- The Days Inn by Wyndham in Lenox is a 59-unit, two-floor structure priced for sale at $2.3 million;
- A "fairy tale" residential and commercial space in Tyringham features whimsical construction in a secluded location for $1,495,000.
For more information about properties for sale, visit theberkshriesforsale.com.
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