William Wurster Mixed-Use Gem - Just Listed
Commissioned by renowned Bay Area architect William Wurster, 37275 Niles was originally built in 1941 to serve as an emergency medical facility. The current owners have meticulously maintained and renovated this building while keeping original details intact. Upgrades include dual on-demand water heaters, electrical updates, recessed lighting, new stucco siding and a new roof.
37275 Niles Blvd. is a mixed-use building in the historic town of Niles. Perfectly situated for maximum exposure on Niles Blvd. this building is ideal for the small start-up business, a gallery space, real estate office, or a savvy investor looking for an income generating property. The front, commercial portion of the building consists of three enclosed offices, a large reception area in addition to a kitchen and bathroom. The rear portion houses two residential units outfitted with separate entrances, bathrooms, kitchens and an enclosed yard area. The rear lot is large enough to easily accommodate the parking of 8-10 automobiles and can also be accessed through a large gate that leads directly to the Iron Horse alleyway. A generous lot size may allow for potential expansion or addition. Step outside to enjoy the historic downtown of Niles or take a short drive to 880 to Silicon Valley and all other major commuter destinations.
Don't miss this rare opportunity to own an architecturally significant property that merges both style and income generating possibilities!
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