McFaddin Storage consists of three properties in close proximity on the east side of Marshfield, Missouri. There is enough surplus land to build 3 additional buildings. There is currently a 4,872 SF warehouse building that can converted to climate controlled storage by a new owner, or continued to be leased by the seller.
All of the buildings are in excellent condition and have been exceptionally well maintained. An investor could acquire the facilities and maintain market dominance in pricing and service, as there is very little competition of significant size within 15 miles.
Marshfield Mo. was settled in 1830, and is referred to as “Top of the Ozarks,” the highest point on Route 66. If you are traveling down Interstate 44, Marshfield is located at the No. 100 exit. Driving down Historic Route 66 will lead you through the heart of our city.
Marshfield Mo. is centrally located from large cities such as Kansas City and St. Louis, as well as having the convenience of Springfield only twenty minutes away. Marshfield Mo. is about an hour’s drive to enjoying seven different lakes: Pomme De Terre, Truman, Stockton, Lake of the Ozarks, Bull Shoals, Table Rock and Taneycomo. Located in Webster County straddling the divide between the Missouri and Arkansas rivers, and due to its altitude, the rain that falls on Marshfield flows into four different headwaters in close proximity: the James, Niangua, Gasconade and Pomme De Terre rivers.