HUGE PRICE REDUCTION-EXCEPTIONAL VALUE FOR THIS PRIME LOCATION IN HISTORIC TOWN OF AUGUSTA. Overlooking the scenic Missouri River Valley, upscale, rehabbed Augusta landmark. Center portion is original structure from circa 1880's. Main level commercial approx. 3000 sq. ft. could be divided into two units, 2 covered decks, patio, great views. Upper level consists of 3 spacious apartments with 2 bedrooms, 2 baths each and have gorgeous views of Augusta Wine Country. Stone cellar & concrete basement areas. Mainly new construction throughout, some original and pre-rehab construction has been incorporated into this extensive remodeling project. Hardie Plank (cement board) exterior. Architectural shingle roof. Public water and sewer serve the building. NOTE: AGE IS SHOWN AS 12 YEARS BECAUSE OF EXTENSIVE REMODELING IN 2005. Use of building is subject to Augusta Zoning, St. Charles County approval and Occupancy Permit.
From Hwy 40/64 go south on Hwy 94, 16 miles to Augusta. Left on Church St. to stop sign at Hackmann Rd. Property is at intersection. West of Augusta, take Hwy 94 East to second Augusta entrance, turn right on Church St. to stop sign at Hackmann Rd.
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