Absolute Real Estate Auction - Commercial Warehouse with Apartments (Palmyra, PA)
ABSOLUTE AUCTION

Absolute Real Estate Auction - Commercial Warehouse with Apartments (Palmyra, PA)

STARTING BID: ONLY $50,000!!! Auction Date: Sat. Feb. 2nd @ 11AM Parcel ID#: 16-2288695-355970-0000   County: Lebanon Type: Commercial Shop with Apartments Year Built: 1940 Acres: 0.24 Square Feet: (+/-) 10,734   FIRST FLOOR Front Showroom Area: Wood plank floor.  Middle Workshop Area: Wood plank floor. Stairway to second floor.  Private Office: Carpet. Electric baseboard heat.  Rear Workshop/Loading Dock: Linoleum. 3/4 bath.  Apartment Area: Approx. 1,000SF. One bedroom. Carpet. Electric BB heat. Living room. Kitchen. Full bath.  SECOND FLOOR Front Storage Area: Former rec room. Stairs to 1st and 3rd floor. Access door to rear apartment.  Rear Laundry Room Apartment Area: Approx. 1,500SF.  Open studio style. Bedroom/Living room area. Kitchen/dining area. Full bath.  THIRD FLOOR Front Storage Area Apartment Area: Approx. 1,750SF. 2 bedrooms. Living room. Kitchen. Laundry area. Full bath.     Garage: No.  On-street and off-street parking. Full daylight basement  Rear entrance and Loading Dock Heating: Natural gas.  (3) separate meters.  Cooling: None Exterior: Vinyl  Roof: Shingle Public water and public sewer  Hardwired smoke alarm system Township: Palmyra Boro School District: Palmyra Taxes: $6,439 This property will be sold at ABSOLUTE AUCTION.  Sold regardless of price.  Property sold AS IS, WHERE IS with NO CONTINGENCIES. For more information please contact the Bering Real Estate Co office at 717.641.3729.  

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