The median home value in Princeton, MO is $84,520.
the county median home value of $86,151.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in Princeton, MO is $84,520.
Approximately 55% of Princeton homes are owned,
compared to 23% rented, while
21% are vacant.
Princeton real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Dreaming of starting your own craft brewery, indoor storage, or looking for a new office for your construction business? With almost 9,400 sq ft under one roof, the possibilities are endless with this property. Located in historic downtown Princeton, Missouri. The newly formed local area development group, MCAD has a loan program available to assist with outside renovations. Fiber internet connection at property. Built in 1932, this property was originally the Lowery (SP) Miller Lumber Company and served as a lumber intuition up until the early 2000's. The building features loading docks on the west side of the building, and you can drive through the warehouse. With many of the original features being retained, the almost 2,000 sq ft of retail space underwent extensive renovations and updating in 2018, with it being rehabbed for a Fresh market. A few of the upgrades; LED lighting, new tile flooring, walls insulated with new electric drops/outlets, ceiling tiles in the front retail area, and wired for IP cameras. Property has a state certified prep area to prepare food with a deli area, three-piece sink, and a large deli case installed with hand wash sink. Owner willing to discuss leaving the deli case. New power service line was installed from pole to new breaker box. Client has worked hard with updating the space but feels like it's time for someone else to continue the building's legacy in downtown Princeton. Start your dreams of owning your own business today.
Located at the junction of U.S. Highways 65 and 136, this long-time family business has a high daily traffic count. The liquor store and sporting goods is a thriving business and has been a money maker for the family for years. The bar and grill closed 3 three years ago as it became too much for the owners to operate but was profitable at closing. Now that they are looking to retire, this turnkey business can start making you money right away. Updates include all new refrigeration in the walk-in cooler and beer coolers, newer roofing, and a handmade bar with inlays. In the kitchen, there is newer cooler and a nice walk-in freezer and a new grill still in the shipping container that has never been installed. All inventory goes with the sale. With no active bars and only one active restaurant in the community that closes after lunch, this business is ready to make money from day one.