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Historic Main Street Gem for Sale

Travel approximately 23 miles northeast North of Austin, the gateway to East Texas, and you will be in the heart of Taylor, Texas, a city known for its glorious past, large Railyard, small-town charm, historic Main Street, and its prime geographic location in Central Texas.

On the prime corner of 3rd and Main Street, well constructed and built to last the times, you will find this gem with over 16,000 square feet of superior interior space and superior bricks/mortar that make up this historical structure. Gorgeous architecture concrete designs including some Corinthians pillars on the building façade. The interior features a renovated mixed-use space with flexible storefronts, retail office spaces and loft.

Taylors’ proximity is golden to Texas’s #1 ranked big cities Austin and Round Rock, and major transportation routes such as I-35 and Highway 130 makes it one of the best small town to visit, raise a family or retire. It’s also ideally located along US-79, State Highway 95, accessible to the Manor Toll Road via State Highway 973 and the International Airport, also within close proximity to the only Amtrak station in Williamson County.

As Central Texas grows, so does the charm of living in Taylor and being near to major employers and attractions such as the “World’s Largest Waterpark” Kalahari Resort in Round Rock, The Dell Diamond, Downtown Austin, The Domain, ABIA, Tesla, Amazon, Circuit of Americas (Formula 1 Racing and The University of Texas.

219 Main Street offers an opportunity for up to 6 retail spaces on the first floor, a restaurant, and a sports bar. The second floor is equipped with a working loft, up to 12 additional office/flex spaces and a freight elevator.

This impeccable historic structure in this growing business mecca of Central Texas from the traditional era, makes it truly one of Texas’s must see historic landmarks for sale. Throughout the building you can find many historical architectural elements dating back over 100 years.

As part of the Taylor Main Street revitalization project, the Main Street corridor has undergone many changes and new businesses to make this a sought-after downtown location.

Taylors’ Main Street is a member of the Main Street America™ Accredited program, which strives to build stronger communities through preservation-based economic development.  For more information about the revitalization of Main Street and the city of Taylor visit:

www.taylortx.gov/901/Main-Street

 

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This incredible custom historic structure was built like no other, as it was once the charm of commerce not only in Williamson County but in Central Texas. With its high dollar drug store, Ben Franklin/Woolworths retail store and an office complex housing all the major retail companies of the era including a doctor’s office, a dentist, insurance company, and Tidwell interior designer company.

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Why Taylor?

Crossroads of Central Texas

The Gateway to East Texas

In 2020, the population of Taylor is estimated at 17, 513 securing its spot as one of the fastest growing small towns in Texas. Taylor’s main street is filled with Barbeque joints, a new craft brewery and local shops catering to all things Texas.

Visitors and residents enjoy the small-town pride and historic downtown area that seems to take you back to a simpler time. Take a walking tour of the city’s architectural buildings on and around Main Street or stop by the original Missouri Pacific Railway station, which opened when the railway came to Taylor in 1882. Visitors to Taylor can also tour the sites featured in films such as The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Friday Night Lights, Varsity Blues and Transformers: Age of Extinction.

Visit for more information and things to do in Taylor, Texas.

www.taylormadetexas.com

219 N. Main Street

Photography of renovated historic property in Taylor.

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Historical Features

Photography of 219 N. Main Street’s historic features.

Why Taylor?

In 2020, the population of Taylor is estimated at 17, 513 securing its spot on as one of the fastest growing small towns in Texas. Taylor’s main street is filled with Barbeque joints, a new craft brewery and local shops catering to all things Texas.

Visitors and residents enjoy the small-town pride and historic downtown area that seems to take you to back to a simpler time. Take a walking tour of the city’s architectural buildings on and around Main Street or stop by the original Missouri Pacific Railway station, which opened when the railway came to Taylor in 1882. Visitors to Taylor can also tour the sites featured in films such as of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Friday Night Lights, Varsity Blues and Transformers: Age of Extinction.

As Central Texas grows, so does the charm of living in a small town and being near to  major attractions such as the “World’s Coolest Waterpark” Kalahari Resort opening November 12, 2020 in Round Rock, The Dell Diamond, Downtown Austin, and Lake Granger.

Taylors’ proximity to Texas’s #1 ranked big cities, Austin, and Round Rock, makes it one the best small town to visit, raise a family or retire in Texas.

Visit www.taylormadetexas.com for more information and things to do in Taylor, Texas.