Active

Listing Tools

Your opportunity to own New Bedford's most iconic historical property. Built circa 1831 and known as the Double Bank Building, it is currently arranged as office space. High ceilings coupled with large open areas trimmed in beautiful dark wood and etched glass, present many uses including retail and gallery space. There is external access to the second floor allowing for tenanting. This trophy property is located in the center of New Bedford's Historic District in the National Park and across from the New Bedford Whaling Museum. Located in the Opportunity Zone.

Property Details of 56-62 N Water Street

Property Details

Interior Features

Exterior Features

Other Details

Map Location

Listed by E. Jeffrey Pontiff of E. J. Pontiff Real Estate

The property listing data and information, or the Images, set forth herein were provided to MLS Property Information Network, Inc. (MLSPIN) from third party sources, including sellers, lessors and public records, and were compiled by MLSPIN. The property listing data and information, and the Images, are for the personal, non-commercial use of consumers having a good faith interest in purchasing or leasing listed properties of the type displayed to them and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties which such consumers may have a good faith interest in purchasing or leasing. MLSPIN and its subscribers disclaim any and all representations and warranties as to the accuracy of the property listing data and information, or as to the accuracy of any of the Images, set forth herein.

Hi there! How can we help you?

Contact us using the form below or give us a call.

Send Us A Message:

Do not fill in this field:

Hi there! How can we help you?

Contact us using the form below or give us a call.

Send Us A Message:

Do not fill in this field:

Hi there! How can we help you?

Contact us using the form below or give us a call.

Send Us A Message:

Do not fill in this field:

Do not fill in this field:

Do not fill in this field:

Do not fill in this field:

$

Do not fill in this field: