630 North 9th Street - Lebanon, PA 17046

 

  • Parcel ID#: 10-2337276-373041-0000
  • County: Lebanon
  • Type: Pet Store and Feed Mill
  • Year Built: 1800's (mill portion)
  • Acres: 1.04
  • Zoned: Commercial Neighborhood
  • Square Feet: 20,600 (all structures combined)
  • Heating: 
  • Cooling: 
  • Township: Lebanon City

Pet Store - Office Area - Warehouse Storage 

  • Parking lot 
  • Exterior: Brick and Metal 
  • Roof: Metal 
  • Office area 
  • Hardwood floors
  • Gas heat - baseboard 
  • Central A/C
  • Public water and public sewer 
  • 2 restrooms 
  • Garage door height: 18'-20'
  • 2 electrical boxes (both 100AMP) 

Detached Garage 

  • Used for storage 
  • Block construction 
  • Metal roof 
  • Building has electric 
  • Used for storage 

Mill - Warehouse 

  • Exterior: Block 
  • Concrete floor 
  • Repair shop area with ramp and gas heat 
  • Supply room / Lunch room with gas heat.  Vinyl floor. Bath with office. 
  • Mixing room 
  • Palleting room 
  • Warehouse area (Horse feed. Bagging area. Concrete floor. Gas heat) 
  • Basement
    • Full
    • Gas heat 
    • Concrete floor 
    • Stone foundation 
    • Molasses tanks 
    • Mixers 
    • Sump pit 
  • 2nd and 3rd Floor - MILL 
    • Wood flooring 
    • Ingredient storage 
  • 4th Floor - MILL
    • Screener for grain 
    • 8'-9' garage door 

The Brandt's have decided it is time to have someone else take over the business or start something entirely different. Numerous upgrades have been done throughout their ownership. The entire operation runs very efficiently and is the the cleanest mill I have ever seen! Items included in the sale are the Pet Store, Feed Mill, Detached Garage, All Equipment, Vehicles, Pet Store Inventory, etc. Property sits on 1.04 acres and total square footage for all buildings is 20,600SF. 

For more information please contact Listing Agent Bill Bering Jr. at 717.926.7910. 

The iconic Brandt's Mill Pet Store and Feed Mill is for sale.

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