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218 Old Baltimore Pike Nottingham, PA 19362

218 Old Baltimore Pike, Nottingham, PA, 19362
218 Old Baltimore Pike, Nottingham, PA, 19362 218 Old Baltimore Pike, Nottingham, PA, 19362 218 Old Baltimore Pike, Nottingham, PA, 19362 218 Old Baltimore Pike, Nottingham, PA, 19362 218 Old Baltimore Pike, Nottingham, PA, 19362
FOR SALE
Property Type:
Other Residential
Amount:
$215,000
Last Verified:
May 06, 2020

  Commercial Property seated on 0.76 acres in the VCTR Subdistrict of W Nottingham Township with a 1,661 residential structure on the parcel. Uses by right include: Single, two-family, and multi-family dwellings, Retail store, Personal service shop, Convenience store, Business and professional offices, Medical office or clinic, Veterinary Clinic or animal hospital for small animals or domestic pets in accordance with Section 1119, Funeral home, Hotel, inn, or motel, Gasoline service station, Grocery Store, Theater, Indoor recreation use, Contractors office, Municipal use, Religious use, Post office or library, Mechanics garage, and Live-work units. Located directly across from the Herr Foods, Inc. and convenient to PA-272 and US-1/MD State Line.

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