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    Orthodontists Chairs...


Multipurpose Office Building For Sale or Lease...

Former Orthodontic office for sale or lease.  Terms negotiable and attractive.

We are privately offering this building far below appraisal value at $475,000.00.  The building is being offered for sale only due to the fact that the owner had become ill and is no longer able to practice.  According to a current Market Analysis, as well as new construction estimates offered by local commercial building contractors, this property would cost approximately $800,000 dollars to replace, and the appraised value is estimated in the $800 to $900,000 dollar range.  This analysis takes into consideration the lap pool, sauna, Jacuzzi, and gym and its equipment. 

The most recent sale of like commercial property in Port Angeles was the recent purchase of an office building by our only local hospital district (Olympic Medical Center), for a reported purchase price of $525,000 dollars.  This building constructed in 2008 was being offered for quick sale far below original construction cost, and appraised value, due to a forced sale bankruptcy on the part of the building owners.  Similar use properties MLS listings in the Port Angeles area, have asking prices ranging between $525 - $975.000 dollars. 

This building and its amenities are frankly very unique to Port Angeles and the North Olympic Peninsula area.  This is the only office building we are aware, having the amenities this building has, beginning with a 75 foot lap pool.  Therefore setting the price was not an easy task since there are no comparable buildings with the amenities and features this office building has within 150 miles radius.

There are over 5,300 total square feet of quality commercial construction offered on two city lots.  One of the many featured of this property is a fabulous park-like landscaping with many plants, including dozens of rhododendrons & azaleas.  This is truly a very unique - one of a kind building.  There is currently a 75 foot indoor lap pool, 4 bathrooms, a sauna, Jacuzzi/Hot Tub, a gym, orthodontic operatory designed for 6 workstations & chairs, a laboratory, break room, dark room (right size for a washer & dryer), private office for doctor, 2 waiting rooms, lounge room, 2 storage rooms.  There is also a partial 700 sq foot concrete basement, which was previously used for storage of records and equipment.  A patio with sliding doors is in front of the existing operatory, which has floor to ceiling windows facing the South with a clear view of the Olympic Mountains.  There are two paved parking lots, one in the front previously used by patients and one in the back for employees and handicapped entrance.

Included in the sale of the office building is a 2-bed 1-bath rental house on NE corner of second lot, which is currently rented, and can be shown upon request.

This property was owned and utilized as a well-known Orthodontic Office for over 30 years.  The building could of course be again utilized as an Orthodontist or Denis it office with little or no changes.  With minimal changes, this building could be converted into a DAY SPA or utilized as a HEALTH, FITNESS, or PHYSICAL REHABILITATION CENTER.

This building and its design is unique to the area, and no comparable building of its kind exists within a 3-hour drive of Port Angeles.  Thanks to the buildings central location in Port Angeles, plus the original architectural design layout, and City zoning, the list of other possible uses for this building requiring minimal remolding is very open to your imagination.  Below is a partial list of suggested uses other than a Orthodontist or Dentist office, all of which require minimal remolding:

•             Day Spa
•             Health/fitness Center
•             Physical Therapy Center
•             Beauty Shop
•             Chiropractor Office
•             Legal/Professional Office
•             Massage Therapy Center

As suggested, this building has many possibilities and the square footage could even be expanded utilizing the second lot.  It could also be converted to a two-story building, which would offer a very nice view of downtown Port Angeles, the Port Angeles Harbor, and the Strait of Juan De Fuca and even Victoria Canada can be seen. There is a very beautiful view, especially on a clear night with the lights of downtown Port Angeles and the Harbor in the forefront, and Victoria Canada highly visible across the water.  Much of this beauty can already be seen just by standing in the entrance of the front parking lot.

The building as stated, is centrally located near the corner of East Lauridsen Blvd, and State Hwy 101 (Lincoln Street), with Hagen's (formerly Albertsons) Grocery Store less than 200 feet to the West. 

East Lauridsen Blvd is a highly traveled road connecting the upper West and East parts of Port Angeles where most residents live.  This main Thur-affair is also utilized for all those who which to travel past Port Angles and head even further west towards the Pacific Cost.  The building is across the street from Jefferson Elementary School, and just a few blocks down from the Port Angeles High School.  Most every business and even Peninsula College is less than a 5-minute drive from the buildings location.

The North Olympic Peninsula, with Port Angeles being in the center-hub of the area, is a wonderful place to call home. Sequim, 12 miles to the East, is a very attractive retirement area with the average age of the City population being over 60 years. Forks, a town recently made very famous amongst youth by the Twilight Movie series, and is 59 miles to the west, but is still most well known overall for its hunting and sports fishing anglers. Port Angeles, Port Townsend, Sequim, Sekiu, Clallam Bay, Neah Bay, LaPush, and Forks are considered the best salmon and steel-head-fishing place to go in all the lower 48, and all have been featured year after year in many Hunting and Fishing Magazines. Of Course, the famous and highly desired to eat Dungeness Crab is caught in all these areas of the North Olympic Peninsula.

The Olympic National Park and its Headquarters is the backdrop of Port Angeles, with more than 4 million visitors coming to the Olympic Peninsula every year.  Just for fun, below is a list of the top five and their annual number of visitors as of the end of 2014 according to the National Parks Conservation Center. You can click on any of the parks below and it will open up a new window giving you specific park information provided by the National Pa The Olympic National Park is the fifth (5th) most visited park in the US and only a few thousand visitors less than Yellowstone National Park.

National Park

Park Visits


Great Smoky Mountains National Park (TN, NC)



Grand Canyon National Park (AZ)



Yosemite National Park (CA)



Yellowstone National Park (WY, MT, ID)



Olympic National Park (WA)


You can learn much more about the North Olympic Peninsula by using the "Community Info" link on this web site. 

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