.03 acres commercial building in historic, downtown Edenton in Chowan County!

Turnkey fitness facility in downtown Edenton. Steps away from the beautiful, historic waterfront.

Here’s an amazing opportunity to own your own gym in downtown Edenton. Classic Fitness is fully operational with state of- the-art fitness equipment. The gym is well laid-out and has a warm and welcoming environment. The gym has 2 changing rooms with showers and lockers as well as wall-mounted tv’s that provide entertainment while working out.

While the building is currently used as a gym there is the potential to change its use. A beautiful, exposed interior brick wall and nearly 15 foot ceilings would make this an ideal high-end storefront, restaurant, Martini bar or possibly even a downtown apartment! An exterior ladder leads to the roof of the building which has absolutely amazing views of Edenton Bay and downtown Edenton. Imagine conducting rooftop yoga classes overlooking the bay or sipping a glass of wine while enjoying the amazing sunsets!

One of the best features is the amazing location. Literally steps away from the Edenton’s Historic waterfront, space like this simply cannot be replicated! Many great shops and restaurants are in the area. Classic Fitness is across the street from the new Surf, Wind & Fire with draws both locals and visitors to this beautiful, quaint town.

“The beautiful and historic Southern town of Edenton has garnered regional and national attention. Accolades include Forbes Magazine naming it one of America’s Prettiest Towns. Edenton also made Smithsonian magazine’s list of America’s 20 Best Towns. The charming waterfront town may just be one of the friendliest, too!

Located on the Inner Banks of North Carolina, Edenton is the capital of Chowan County. Blending indigenous and Colonial influences, the county is named for the Chowanoac Indians, while Edenton was named for Royal Governor Charles Eden. Edenton, which served as a major Colonial port, was the first Colonial capital of North Carolina from 1722 to 1743. Largely untouched by the Civil War, its architecture dates to pre-Colonial times, with its 1767 Colonial Courthouse considered by many to be the finest example of Georgian architecture in the South.”

For information about this property or other property in Chowan County please call John Perez at 252-325-4766 or jperez@ or visit us at Land & Farms Realty


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  • Property Documents

  • Property Features

    • Property State: North Carolina 
    • County: Chowan 
    • Commercial:
    • Price: $269,999 
  • Additional Information

    • Address: 102 East King Street, Edenton, North Carolina 27932 
    • Acreage: 0.30 
    • MOPLS ID: 23774 
  • About the Agent

    Marty Lanier is a native of Brunswick County, NC and has called southeastern North Carolina home his entire life. He graduated from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management. He served in the U.S. Army Reserve as an officer with the 824th Transportation Co. (Heavy Boat) in Morehead City, NC. Marty worked in his family construction business for over 20 years as Vice President, estimator and general manager with an Unlimited Highway License. He received his NC Real Estate License in 2007 and is also licensed in South Carolina. Marty is a lifelong outdoorsman and sportsman; equally at home in a tree stand or fishing our coastal waters. As a rural landowner, he understands all aspects of managing land and the resources available to enhance and profit from a tract of land. His experience and knowledge make him a natural choice for assisting clients with the sale, purchase, and management of timberland, farmland, and recreational properties. His sole focus in real estate is listing, selling, and managing rural land. Marty resides in Brunswick County with his wife Cyndi, son Jonathan and daughter Amanda. His hobbies are hunting, fishing and managing the long leaf pine habitat on his property. “I have always lived in a rural area and I enjoy working with people who are interested in rural land. I have always maintained a reputation for honesty and integrity whether working with clients or customers. I have a genuine respect for wildlife and I believe strongly in conserving and improving wildlife habitat. I plan to do my part to help continue our heritage of hunting, fishing, and rural property ownership.”
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