Abilene, Texas (PRWEB) July 13, 2010
The former Galaxy Car Wash in Abilene, Texas, is now available for auction from Assiter Auctioneers. This property is located in a prime commercial location and could be converted into a great locale for any business venture. The auction for this piece of commercial real estate will take place on July 28 at 4 p.m. Central time. Auction registration will be available approximately one hour prior to auction.
Fitted with all-new wash equipment in 2007, the full service Galaxy Car Wash building is in impeccable condition, making it the perfect opportunity for a new car wash owner or an existing owner or franchiser to expand. However, the property’s 30,324± SF lot size and prime location at the high traffic intersection of North 10th Street and North Willis Street in Abilene make it a great opportunity for any business venture. Many major businesses are currently building in the area, making it an ideal piece of Abilene, Texas, real estate. In fact, the building and its location are so versatile that it once served as a deli sandwich shop.
This 4,831±-square-foot concrete block over wood frame building has a great reception area that can be used in many different business scenarios. For those interested in keeping the location as a full service car wash facility, all wash features, including pumps, hydraulic system, air compressors, control system, water softener, etc., with the exception of the conveyer, was replaced new in 2007, meaning little investment would be needed for operation.
Any business owner looking for real estate in Abilene, Texas, should look no further than this commercial real estate property.
Viewing of the property will take place from 2 to 6 p.m. on July 14 and July 21, and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on July 28.
For more information about this Abilene, Texas, commercial real estate property for auction, visit http://www.assiter.com.
About Assiter Auctioneers
For more than 25 years, Assiter Auctioneers has successfully conducted well over 5,000 auctions across the country, converting over $5 billion worth of assets to cash.
Caleb J Paul