Not sure why you need this Schoharie County factory building, just that you need it? Don’t worry; it comes with plans.
We don’t know about you, but $4-per-square-foot sounds like a bona fide bargain to us…even if the bargain in question is nearly 10,000 square feet in size, used to be a book-making factory, is totally run down, and desperately needs repurposing.
Here’s some good news, though: If you don’t have a clue what to do with this building, the listing price includes plans and approval to transform it into an eleven-unit loft-style apartment complex. Or, you can ditch those plans altogether and make into whatever your bargain-hunting heart desires. Here’s the bad news, aside from…well, all the work that needs to be done: That approval has expired, but the listing assures it would be easy to get another one.
What you see is what you get in this property, including the remnants of its former life cranking out books…
…like the old lift…
…as well as old books. Lots and lots of old books. At least you won’t want for reading material while work is underway.
The half-acre property comes with ample tenant parking, including in an extra lot that comes with the sale of the property. Richmondville is located just a little outside of Cobleskill, less than an hour west of Albany, NY.
Ready to get cracking on this Schoharie County factory? Find out more about about 120 River Street, Richmondville, NY from Coldwell Banker Village Green.