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3.21 acres in Volusia County, Florida

845 TAYLOR ROAD, Port Orange, Florida 32127 - Volusia County
$750,000 3.21 Acres
Property ID 2933520


Opportunity abounds at this fantastic commercial property boasting a large main building and multiple out buildings, located just steps from Spruce Creek High School. The future home of your business, this property has been operating as a Kennel and features loads of space with more than 8,000 square feet under air and a total of 15,000 square feet. Its a perfect place to set up your own kennel business or reimagine the building with a great new buildout for another business operation. Main facility currently features a welcoming reception area with a small waiting room area. There are rooms and offices throughout the building currently being used for numerous purposes, from grooming to pet care, to storage and boarding. The property boasts 68 enclosed, air conditioned kennels, 52 covered, screened enclosed dog runs, 2 separate buildings, fenced open areas, and 4 outdoor kennel runs. The property additionally includes a 3 bedroom, 2 bath home featuring nearly 2400 square feet of living space and great character-laden features like a fireplace.


I-4 E to I-95 S. Take exit 256 for Route 1 toward Port Orange. Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto FL-421 E/Taylor Rd (signs for Williamson Blvd S/Port Orange/Daytona Beach Shores). Turn right onto Taylor Rd/Taylor Branch Rd. Property on left.

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3510 S Nova Rd
Port Orange, FL 32129

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