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Details Royal Real Estate
210 West Main
Cut Bank, MT  59427

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Sales/Lease Info

Sale Price 6,267-6,267 sq. ft.at $108,389
Lease Info --
Land Size --
Building Size 6,267 - 6,267
Assessments No
Balance --
Real Estate Tax --
Tax Year --

Details

A Buck or $2.00 is a profitable variety discount store that provides everyday items at a lower prices to the Golden Triangle area and its many customers. A Buck or $2.00 has a unique inventory base with popular categories such as health and beauty, toys, school supplies, flowers, baby supplies, clothing, pet supplies and grocery. A Buck or $2.00 sells something for everyone with a wide range of price points that appeal to all shoppers. The store boasts the best retail location in Cut Bank with approximately 6,267 Sq. Ft. of selling/storage space with easy access and unlimited parking. The store is located within a high traffic shopping center adjacent to high traffic businesses such as McDonalds, Albertsons, Normans, the Villager and soon the new Harvest Foods Grocery Store. A Buck or $2.00 is a growing phenomenon and would be a great choice for any entrepreneur and their family looking to invest in an established business with a loyal and expanding market. Sale includes all inventory, 2 - 8’ x 20’ storage containers, store fixtures, exterior illuminated sign - 4’ x 16’, interior illuminated sign - 3’ x 4’, and supplies. This sale is contingent upon buyer executing a new lease with landlord. Seller agrees to provide buyer with training for up to 10 days upon buyer’s request. Great Investment! Check it out!



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SITE CHARACTERISTICS

Zone/Use Business Inventory Only


yes In city limits



Utilities On Site

yes Water
yes Sewer
yes Electric
yes Natural Gas


Logistics

Nearest Rail Hub 0 miles
Nearest Commercial Airport 2 miles
Nearest Highway 0 miles




last updated: February 21, 2018



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Cut Bank is the county seat of Glacier County is located 30 miles south of the Canadian border. It's name comes from the cut bank geological feature, the outside bank of a water channel with is continually undergoing erosion. Cut Bank is also the setting of the new film Cut Bank which was actually shot in Canada.