S oon after the cleanup of the pile of rubble on Main Street was completed, the plot was put on the market.
Country Horizon Realty is selling the vacant building lot for an asking price of $37,500. According to the company’s website, the two previous buildings’ owners are selling the lots together without exception.
“They must sell as one,” the listing read.
Rebecca Dittmeier, owner of Country Horizon, said she would love to hear from anyone interested in the space.
“It has great potential for an investor or anyone that wanted to start a business,” she said. She said even a one-story building would work well in the spot.
“It could be a great space for three different shops, like a little mini plaza,” she said, explaining that the setup of the space could allow for two side doors near the bank and one front door on the street.
She did think the lot is more for commercial purposes than residential, and said there is a lot of walking traffic alongside the plot.
According to a tax map, the lot with partial foundations is 44 by 89.6 feet.
In October, Attorney John Winn, who was representing the former buildings’ owners, said Beverly Koffler owned the first 16 feet of the building going from Scottie’s, and Connie Rojcewicz owned the next 32 feet.
Now, however, they are selling the two spots as one.