This Oversized Commercial Two-Storey Building sits in Englerston between the high-traffic roads of Market Street and East Street.
The building, formerly a small Motel/Multi-Family resident on the second floor and a large restaurant on the first floor, sits at the intersection of Ragged Island St. and Palmetto Ave.
The lot is 6,000 sq. ft. and the gross area of the building is 7,067 sq. ft. There is a total of 11 Guest units, each with their own baths. The Building also comes with very large commercial size refrigerators and stoves.
In need of some work, but all utilities are in place including water, electricity, cable television and telephone lines.
This building can generate high income while sustaining great levels of occupancy.
Call for a showing. Priced for quick sale!
Real Estate Company : HG Christie Real Estate
Established in 1922, H.G. Christie Ltd. is the oldest and most extensive real estate service in The Bahamas and because of our consistently high level of service, we are also the exclusive affiliate in The Bahamas of Christie's Great Estates, the real estate arm of the world-renowned Christie's Auction House.
We have an incomparable collection of listings for your consideration, and we would be pleased to help you discover your own way to enjoy Elegant Island Living.
Real Estate Agent : Keith Philippe
- Keith Philippe
Keith was born in the culturally rich Islands of the Bahamas. After spending two and a half years of middle school in Florida, Keith returned to the Bahamas where he completed high school and then attended the College of the Bahamas. Not too long after, he was recruited by a group of international scientists in Eleuthera, Bahamas as a Field Biologist. He resided on the pink sand island of Eleuthera for nearly two years.
Keith spent two semesters at the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) and continued his studies, graduating with his BSc. from the University of Minnesota (Twin-Cities) where he double-majored in Biology and Natural Resources, and minored in Chemistry. Intrigued by international energy policy, Keith then studied oversees in Moscow and Yaroslavyl, Russia for almost three months. He recalls his wide-exposure to Eastern European Living and the charm which these estates have. His work in Russia was honored at Macalaster College, and later published in the University of California-LA Journal of Slavic and East-Central European Studies.
Keith was recruited under contract by the U.S. Government in 2009 and then in 2012 for two years. In Minneapolis, Keith worked on geospatial and biogeochemical projects at a federal facility and then as a consultant in the Fienberg Lab at the Institute of Rock Magnetism. His most memorable moments include showcasing Bahamian cultural for his receptive American friends!
After seven years in the US, Keith returned to the Bahamas where he launched his career in estate management and business consulting. It was through his travels to English, Spanish and far-Eastern countries Keith learned to appreciate real estate and cultures. Keith and his wife later co-founded Breyer Bay Estate Management and Business Consulting.
Keith enjoys membership in multiple US and Bahamian organizations such as the Student Project for Amity Among Nations, the Mortar Board National Honors Society, The Asian-American Student Union, and Hope Worldwide. Since 2001, Keith has devoted dozens of voluntary hours to more than 10 non-profit organizations. We suppose this is what he enjoys also! No matter what kind of investment you are searching for, call Keith and he will take care of you!
Keith is thrilled about helping clients sell their homes and find rewarding new ones. His commitments his vision are a strong reflection of his commitment to his clients.