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2574 E 700 S

Washington, IN, 47501

  • Price $400,000
  • Sq. Ft.17496
  • MLS #201806660
Office: 30' x 120' built in 1992. Warehouse/Shop: 52' x 287' built in 1997/1998 Two separate buildings with the office building consisting of 10 offices, break room, large open room and two restrooms. Warehouse/Shop has 8 large overhead doors for easy access. Total of 13,728 square feet of concrete area. Located just West of Highway 257 and on a blacktop road and approximately 7 miles south of Washington, Indiana.

Annual Taxes: $4,561
  • CoolingCentral Air
  • ExteriorMetal
  • HeatingPropane
  • LocationRural
  • Lot Size80150
  • Sale IncludesBuilding
  • SewageSeptic
  • Special FeaturesOverhead Door 1
  • TownshipHarrison
  • ParkingOff-Street,Paved
  • WaterPublic
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    Gloria could not have been more helpful or trustworthy during my search for a new home.  She promptly arranged showings at my convenience and responded just as quickly with answers to questions stemming from the visits.  After writing the offer, Gloria immediately called the other realtor so it could be delivered that night.  During the red tape process, she kept me informed every step of the way.  Gloria demonstrates a sincere interest in her clients as well as a dedication to fulfilling their wishes.  Gloria is extremely proficient as a realtor and I would highly recommend her.
    Beth Worland

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