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Here's a property that provides a wonderful opportunity for an owner occupant or an investor. This property has been owner occupied by the same family for over 35 years. It is a well maintained 3 unit featuring 3-2 bedroom apartments. There is plenty of off street parking for all tenants. There are two lots of record. The building is located on .26 acres. A separate .5 acre adjacent lot is included in the sale. That lot could provide enough space for additional development in this zone. Check with the city for specific zoning regulations. There is road frontage for both lots on Central St. and Munroe st. The first floor apartment provides the most living area. There's natural wood throughout. A spacious living room. A 10 x 30 finished room. Also a three season 6 x 20 enclosed porch. The eat in kitchen features a large storage closet. The first floor unit also provides access to the basement which is partially finished. The two other 2 bedroom units provide plenty of space for tenants. Current rents do not reflect the market rents in the area. In addition there is a 19 x 39 space with capped plumbing and septic. Again check with the city for any future use of that space. All roofs have been done in the last 5 years.

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Listed by Tom Hanright of Bean Group / Franklin

Listing Sold by Keller Williams Realty-Metropolitan
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