The median home value in Mount Rainier, MD is $465,000.
the county median home value of $340,000.
The national median home value is $277,796.
The average price of homes sold in Mount Rainier, MD is $465,000.
Approximately 25% of Mount Rainier homes are owned,
compared to 68% rented, while
7% are vacant.
Mount Rainier real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you like to see a property, contact Mount Rainier real estate agent to arrange a tour
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What a super location in the center of Historic Mount Rainier with high visibility; Nisey's Boutique is an eclectic blend of unique finds from around the world.Â Nisey's Boutique hostsÂhundreds of pop-up events always looking for something different!Â Close by GLUT cooperative, Joe's Movement Emporium, Pennyroyal Station Restaurant, and Red Dirt Studios at the heart of the City Center.Â Vegan food is found nearby in Dodah's Kitchen! This has been a local institution for 30 years the seller is ready to pass the torch.Â The LMUTC zoning in the Arts District allows for a wide range of potential uses and there is a Historic Tax Credit available for certain renovations for this property built-in 1915. Â It's a solid all-brick building with an open floor plan that gives 1300 square feet (per public record) with 12-foot high tin ceilings, large windows, and good light!Â Another 1300 square feet (per public record) in the basement with high ceilings makes for many potential uses. Easy street parking in front.Â Gas radiator heating and electric central air conditioning.Â Security system and gate/bars. Equipment and business may be available and negotiable - lots of racks and display stands.Â The seller may consider financing a first or second trust to well-qualified people with a good downpayment and also contact agent for a good commercial lender. Â See disclosures for potential business uses.Â Mount Rainier is a go-to destination with several new restaurants and stores close by along with the Arts District that has won national recognition.Â The City has an able Director of Economic Development ready to help with possibilities and ideas. There are several MD State initiative small business credit programs potentially available for this property; Neighborhood Business Works, MD Small Business Development Financing Authority, and TEDCO Program for technology-based MD Businesses and entrepreneurs. See agent and disclosures for more info. Come ready for your business expansion plans in this unique City bordering the District of Columbia in the Arts District.