86 Main Street has a long history of success in various guises; as offices, a cafe, a bank, a bar, multi-unit, and more. Located at the intersection of US Route 1 and 1A it is both accessible and highly visible. It benefits from the highest traffic count in the area, with all local and itinerant traffic funneled past its walls. If you're headed out for work, play, shopping or on vacation the chances are very good you're passing by. Local businesses include all varieties, from restaurants to take-outs to retail. The Machias River can be seen from the property and public access to the tidal waters are just down the street. The popular Sunrise Trail is a few hundred feet away, and brings recreational traffic in all seasons. The local farmer's market is also just down the street. This is the local nexus for services, shopping, education and recreation. The building's design lends itself to adaptation. Currently it comes with a fully equipped kitchen and walk-in cooler, but the floorplan could be re-configured and the spaces re-purposed with up to three units possible. Parking is level and sidewalks lead past the property. Two restrooms, one wheelchair accessible, are present. Machias is the home of 'bad little falls' and is 1.5 hours drive distant from Bar Harbor, 1.6 from Bangor, 3.5 hours from Portland, 5 hours from Boston, and an hour from the nearest border crossing into Maritime Canada. If conventional wisdom is correct and a location can help make a business thrive this is one heck of a start!