214 S Tower Avenue, Centralia, WA 98531


214 S Tower Avenue, Centralia, WA 98531

Courtesy of: Chris Roewe | Woodford CRE
$350,000 Centralia, WA 98531
  • 0.13 Acres
  • Lewis County

Key Features

  • MLS ID: NWM1862116
  • Year Build: 1915
  • Status: Active
  • Property Type: Commercial Sale
  • Area: 426 - Centralia
  • Exterior: ["Cement/Concrete","Stucco"]
  • Address: 214 S Tower Avenue , Centralia, WA 98531
  • City: Centralia
  • State: WA
  • Zip: 98531
  • County: Lewis


Unique opportunity to maximize this buildings potential with your vision and fresh ideas. This building features approx. 5,640 SF of mostly open space with tall ceilings, large storefront windows with lots of natural light, multiple large offices, and much more. An approx. 1,000 SF of additional warehouse space is ground leased through BNSF that is fully finished with a large grade door. Zoning allows for multiple uses. Call today for more information or to schedule your private tour.

Property Map

From I5 North - Take Exit 81 toward WA-507, Right on Alder Street, Continue to Cherry Street, Left on Tower Rd to property on Right.

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