Prime Residential & Commercial Building. Single family Victorian residence with brick renovated office space.Mixed use building in the heart of Union Square. Owner will entertain offers between $869,000 and $998,876! Completely renovated office space with new ceilings,exposed brick, recessed lights,hardwood floors,conference area with kitchenette,new bathroom,reception area.New HVAC system.Some new exterior clapboard siding.
This property features 0.08 Acres, and is currently available for $998,876.
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