Here is your opportunity to own a little piece of Texas history! Originally built in 1856, the WM Zeiss building, named after German imigrant William Zeiss, is one of the oldest in downtown Brenham. Originally built as a one story building, the second floor was added later in multiple stages over the years. The building has a vibrant history, used as a post office, saloon, bakery, Elks Club, and more.
Boasting over 12,000 sqft across two floors, the large building is ripe with possibilities. The first floor is completely rented out with three different tenants and has been well maintained over the years. The first foor features many different updates to accommodate the current tenants including a near total overhaul for the current bar and updates to plumbing and electrical in accordance with city codes.
The second floor has been completely gutted and has framing started for 3 different apartments. Architectual plans have been completed and laid out for this space. One could easily conitnue along with the current plan for the Zeiss Lofts or use the approximately 6,000 available square feet to fit many different needs.
Downtown Brenham is also an investors dream! As the town grows influenced by Houston to the East and Austin to the West, downtown Brenham has really come into it's own. A Downtown Masterplan is in place and the Main Street program helps businesses and property owners take advantage of many different grants and tax cuts available. This is truly a great time to be in downtown Brenham.
This is one that needs to be seen in person to be appreciated. For those that appreciate and wish to preserve Texas history, the rapidly growing downtown Brenham is an excellent place to invest. Call to set up your appoitnment today!
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