This well-maintained 6(six) unit Queen Anne Victorian property is an incredible example of what owning a historic multi-family home in the Tulpehocken Station Historic District can be like. This large home was built in 1895 and designed by architects G. W. and W. D. Hewitt with gorgeous original details in abundance but has been tastefully updated where necessary. Generating a net income of $70,300 per year, this property boasts 3x1-bedrooms apartment, 2x2-bedroom apartment and a first floor studio... apartment. Based off of a strong central carpeted stair and corridor, 5 of the 6 units enter from a main shared entrance while the "Owners'" Unit has a private entrance accessed from a beautiful covered deck. All units have hardwood floors. Each unit is separately metered for gas and electric and tenants pay for internet and cable as well. Coin operated laundry in the basement. The generous setback from the street and the deep front and side porches give this majestic property the feel of a single family home with privacy and grace. Schedule your showing now. Listing agent must accompany. This is an absolute gem of a property with amazing stewardship, great architectural detail and a fantastic outside property.
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