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126 Summer St., Holliston, MA 01746

Commercial

$799,900
Price

2
Buildings
Industrial
Type of Comm.
113,256.00
Lot Size
Nicely kept single family home on 2.6 acres of industrial Land with 3600sq. ft. barn with high ceilings and heat which will accommodate large trucks or heavy equipment and a lift . . There is an office with a bath and 2 car garage attached to the barn work shop . The workshop is heated as well .The home has 6 Rooms 4bedrooms and 2 Baths. Large Eat-in kitchen . first floor master bedroom and a living room . The second floor has 4 beds and a bath .The first floor master was the dining room. There is an in ground pool and out buildings as well as another single garage and pool house. Pool was open last year but the liner is older. Appointment required do not go on the property without listing broker!
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126 Summer St., Holliston, MA 01746

Single-Family

$799,900
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Nicely kept single family home on 2.6 acres of industrial Land with 3600sq. ft. barn with high ceilings which will accommodate large trucks or heavy equipment and a lift . There is an office with a bath and 2 car garage attached to the barn work shop . The workshop is heated as well .The home has7 Rooms 4bedrooms and 2 Baths. Large Eat-in kitchen . first floor master bedroom and a living room . The second floor has 4 beds and a bath .The first floor master was the dining room. There is an in ground pool and out buildings as well as another single garage and pool house. Pool was open last year but the liner is older. Do not go on the property without an appointment! New septic in process the Seller will escrow the cost at closing and install when weather is better.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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CERTIFIED TREATED for lead . Two Family in the heart of Dean college.Location/location ! Walk to everything ! New roof November. was striped re boarded and replaced. Newer Vinyl Windows . Nice detached 2 car garage . First floor is vacant and can rent for $2200/month. The second floor is occupied and the rent is $1750 section 8 and can be $2300/month and landlord pays electricity. Being sold AS IS . First floor apartment has washer and dryer hookups . second floor has washer dryer in basement .

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