Property Type:Single Family
On Site:40 Days
Lot Size:8,276 Sq. Ft.
5,221 sf 1850's 3-story home (now currently used as law offices) and is listed for $575,000. Building was renovated in 2011; lot size is approx. 70' x 120'; additional 111' x 120' vacant lot at NW corner of E Market and E 9th Streets can be purchased for $75,000, but cannot be purchased separately; currently occupied by multiple attorneys; building also has a useable basement; This building features: large offices/bedrooms; Historic Mansion (on the Historic Register) lovingly restored to State of the Art; Large rooms, grand windows, high ceilings; 2 large conference rooms located on the first floor (could be used as living and dining rooms); 3 lavatories in the building one on each floor (one full bath, two half baths); Large work station located on first floor for document review area also has computer hook-up for laptop work as well; Certain offices/bedrooms with hook-up for TVs over the decorative fireplaces (all fireplaces are decorative and non-functioning); ADT security system with cameras located in the building and on the exterior of the building for additional security; Kitchenette with microwave, dishwasher and disposal.
$000 Monthly Payment
Loan and interest only. Taxes and insurance not included.
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Listing Information Last Updated 7/25/2021
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