Back in May, AroundAmbler.com reported on a statement from Whitpain Township Board of Supervisors’ Chair Michele Minnick about the situation with the Reed’s Country Store property at the intersection of DeKalb and Skippack Pikes. The statement provided details on a demolition permit sought by the property owner and a potential buyer for the property who hoped to rehab the buildings.
Neither plan has moved forward and the property is now listed for sale on LoopNet.com for $3,500,000. The listing describes the property as follows:
Prime retail location on the highly visible corner of well traveled Route 202 (DeKalb Pike) and Route 73 (Sumneytown Pike).
Reed’s Country Store is comprised of 3 stories plus a basement, having a total floor area of 9,540 GSF. There is a 1-story display area addition that wraps around a portion of the building. The main structure measures approximately 50′ W x 50′ L x 30′ H, and the 1 story display area addition measures approximately 12 x 170′. The building’s footprint is approximately 4,540 GSF.
The Barn Building is a separate two story structure measuring 60′ W x 50′ L x 30′ H with a one-story frame addition that measures approximately 60′ W x 40 L x 10′ H. The Barn’s footprint is approximately 5,400 SF and the gross floor area is approximately 8,400 GSF.
The property is listed by Walsh Commercial Real Estate, which can be reached at (215) 836-1340.