Historic Borough Office Building For Sale

77 N. Broad Street Doylestown, PA 18901

77 N. Broad Street, Doylestown, PA, 18901
77 N. Broad Street, Doylestown, PA, 18901
FOR SALE
Property Type:
Multi Tenant Office
Amount:
$1,399,900
Last Verified:
May 21, 2019


Description

Multi-room, historic office building for sale in the Doylestown Borough. Approximately 3,990 sq.ft. of Victorian-era architecture and charm located in the hear of Doylestown.

The 'Charles F. Myers House' is an impressive example of Queen Ann Victorian architecture that dates back to c. 1890. This 3-story residential conversion has been thoughtfully renovated while maintaining the integrity of the many original, charming details. Original wide plank hardwood flooring, millwork, newel posts, French doors, high ceilings, original stained glass windows, covered porches and balconies, and much more. The interior consists of 2 Kitchens - 4 Bathrooms - 7 Electric Meters - Zoned HVAC! Flexibility for multiple businesses/tenants if desired in a total of 6 suites. This office building is located directly across from the original Bucks County Court House and contains off-street, private parking for 8 cars, plus street parking. The site is within walking distance to the Doylestown Train Station and easily accessible from major highways along with the nearby Doylestown Airport. The building is currently occupied but will be vacant upon sale. Please contact the ag


Year Built: 1890
Building Size: 3991.0sq ft
Building Class: B
Lot Size: 0.12 acres

Map of 77 N. Broad Street, Doylestown, PA, 18901

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