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Listing ID: 13031209
Status: Active
Type: Commercial
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Lot Size/Acres: 0.45
County: Phelps
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TWO VICTORIAN HOMES ON HIGH TRAFFIC COMMERCIAL CORNER OF RT 66 at St. James, MO's downtown business hub. At traffic light With 2 banks, gas/convenience store & Historical Johnny's Bar across street. Located At Old Rt 66 & Mo Hwy 8/68 Jct.- 4 Lots, 2 Historical Homes (circa 1903). According to county records, 103 and 109 were both built in 1903. Both have original woodwork and in good condition. 103 has steel siding, central AC. Both have forced air furnaces, refrigerators & newer built-in ovens & cooktops. 103 has 1 1/2 baths and a detached 1-car garage. 109 has one bath and a part basement with sump pump. Owner has historical articles, pictures, diary, etc Great COMMERCIAL location. Selling as a package. 109 rents for $575/mo. 103 rents for $550-575/mo. Possession Subject To Existing Leases. OWNER IS A LICENSED AGENT IN MO.

Subdivision: None
Taxes: 1100

Listed by: Jenny Wehmeyer - CENTURY 21 First Choice (John Brown, Broker)
Jenny Wehmeyer - Broker/Sales 573 265 5858, 573-368-6115
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Jenny Wehmeyer

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