The warehouse is 40,000 sq. ft. with 1800 sq. ft. living quarter on the second floor of the warehouse. There is reinforced concrete flooring throughout the warehouse, loading docks, inside repair shop, numerous offices, conference room, break room, and public restrooms. The property is located on a railroad spur...DRG Railroad, which is owned. This warehouse can be used for multiple businesses. The warehouse has a large, certified Fairbanks truck scale, parts room, and shipping room. This is a state-of-the-art building. The large lot provides excellent semi-truck turnaround and parking. The building itself is: a. Prefabricated metal walls b. Prefabricated metal roof c. Doors are overhead metal and steel walk doors. d. Floors are reinforced concrete throughout. e. Central air and heat. f. Electrical is heavy industrial for heavy loads. g. Truck scales. Sewage and water are provided by Ft. Garland Municipal Water and Sanitation District. Power, phone, and internet are on the property. Year-round access off of U.S. highways #160 and #159. 8 large Quonsets storage buildings each building has approximately 8,150 sq. ft. totaling approximately 65,200 Quonset sq. feet. Total storage capacity is approx. 400,000 sacks of potatoes or other crops. A. 6 Quonset buildings have air circulation. B. 2 Quonset buildings have refrigeration. C. All storage bins have underground water flume systems to the main warehouse for transporting potatoes or other crops. The warehouse and storage are located in Ft. Garland, Colorado on U.S. Hwy #160 and Hwy #159. This is mainly a large farming and ranching area. There is an owned railroad spur attached to the warehouse and the railroad is currently in operation. Taos, N.M., is one hour south, Pueblo is 1.5 hours north, several ski areas are within 1.5 hours' drive, and Alamosa is 20 miles east where an airport is located.