Ask Stuart Hemphill
Attention entrepreneurs! One of McComb's oldest & well-known buildings is now available! This Circa 1900 building has three 50' X 100' sections divided by 12"+ brick walls. Massive, exposed beams support the metal roof & wood decking. Thick, well-worn pine flooring has stood the test of time. Beneath the pine flooring is a spacious basement area & this space is not included in the reported 15,750 sq. feet.
Research indicates that this building was once part of the turn of the century Delta Cotton Mill which later became the McComb City Cotton Mill (see historical pictures). The original Cotton Mill covered the entire frontage of 24th St. on this block. Much of it was later demolished for the construction of the Croft Metals Bldg. which has also been demolished. All that remains of the original Cotton Mill is the former McComb Wholesale Paper building!
The building has never had traditional heating & cooling, but the existing 15' X 25' office space uses a window unit for cooling. There are numerous possible applications for the property including but not limited to restaurant, wedding venue, warehouse & more. If you have a market for antique bricks, pine flooring & massive beams, there are thousands of bricks & hundreds of linear feet of both pine flooring & massive beams!
Located just north of the Hwy 98 (Presley Blvd) and Hwy 51 intersection, this is a prime location! Call today and come take a look at a great piece of McComb's history!