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1030 Brown Avenue is a free standing single story building completed in approximately 1942 and sits on a very desirable street in downtown Lafayette. The building is currently being used as an acupuncture clinic and, per the City of Lafayette, is zoned “General Commercial District 1”. This zoning allows different types of commercial uses and is also zoned for residential use, offering unique flexibility. The property has plenty of off street parking.
The subject property sits near the intersection of Mt. Diablo Boulevard and Brown Avenue. Mt. Diablo Boulevard is the main artery of Lafayette and this particular property is surrounded by very popular retail establishments and small businesses. Some of Lafayette’s most welcoming culinary outposts such as Locanda Positano, Headlands Brewing Co., Boneheads BBQ, and The Hideout are all within walking distance from the subject property.
The Mill on Brown Townhomes, which is scheduled for completion in 2022, is a 3 story high-end Branagh Development that will consist of 13 townhomes. This upscale development is neighboring the subject property.
NEARBY MAJOR RETAILERS
Jack in the Box
And the Lafayette Bart Station is approximately 1.0 away
Address: 1030 Brown Avenue, Lafayette, CA 94556
Building Sq. Feet: Approximately 1,400 (per appraisal report)
Lot Size: 6,500 square feet or .15 Acres (per Contra Costa County)
Zoning: “C-1” or General Commercial District 1
Description: Single story commercial building
Construction: Wood frame on a raised foundation
Roof: Composition shingle
HVAC: Central Heat & Air
Parking: Large driveway with parking for 3-5 vehicles
Low on density and high on greenery, Lafayette offers rolling hillsides, excellent schools, and an easy commute to Oakland and San Francisco thanks to the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station in the town center.
The Happy Valley area features meandering country roads and showplace estate homes perched on large hillside parcels that offer panoramic views of the valley. Mediterranean, English, and French Country architecture populate the landscaped neighborhoods. Lafayette’s central business district offers quality shopping and dining for locals and visitors alike. Restaurants such as Artisan Bistro, Chevalier, and Metro Lafayette are thriving. For those seeking old-fashioned comfort food, Millie’s Kitchen is a popular breakfast and brunch restaurant with large portions and modest prices. Lafayette Reservoir is open year-round for boating, fishing, picnicking, and hiking.
After a long day on the water, locals head to The Roundup Saloon, a throwback to the days of rowdy roadhouses.