c. 1900 School in Mechanicsburg, PA

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37 E Lisburn Rd, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055

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  • $130,000
  • 1 Bath
  • 0.43 Ac.
Here it is! Your golden opportunity to own in a beautiful location near the Yellow Breeches. Set up your kayak business, yoga studio, ice cream shop etc for under $150,000. (Check with Twp for allowable business uses) This solid brick one room school house, converted to a private lodge meeting space, has gracious open space with hard wood floors, a full kitchen area and two rest rooms, energy efficient replacement windows and fresh paint. Depending on your needs, this is move in ready! This could be converted into a small home or a terrific meeting place, shop or office. Public sewer (added in 2009) expands your possibilities. The 240' deep well was drilled in 1993. This charming one room school house was converted to a meeting place for a private lodge in 1992, when bathrooms and kitchen were added.Window AC units cool the place nicely, as it is all brick. Full unfinished basement is clean and dry. Opportunities like this do not come by very often. Zoned Village District. Complete list of allowed uses with the VIL district in associated docs, Call Upper Allen Township to verify.
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Lisa Burke, Coldwell Banker Camp Hill
(717) 761-4800
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  1. StacyStacy says: 475 comments
    1900 Maybe Craftsmen
    TX

    I love old school houses & from the outside it’s exciting to see! But for me, it’s sad to see the interior. Nothing left that says it’s an old school house. Like all it’s 1900 character was taken from it. I’d so try to give it back as much as possible.

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