$37.92 Per Sq Foot $2,120 est/mo Sourced by Back At You

309a High St,Cambridge, MD 21613

Cambridge MD, 21613

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Description

"EDWIN TRAVERS BUILDING" - Two (2) story brick/masonry storage warehouse constructed approximately 1915- located behind the Cambridge Post Office, the High Spot restaurant and the Dorchester Arts Center. A new truss roof system and metal roofing was installed approximately 1990. Vintage cars were once storage on second floor - (accessed by a loading ramp). Property is located in a Cambridge Historic District.Building offers potential for a large number of uses - permitted and special exception and grandfathered and zoning classification error. Buyer should contact Cambridge Zoning Administration for confirmation. See Documents for applicable plats and tax maps and SDAT.

Details

MLS#MDDO2005584
Listing TypeFor Sale
Building NameNONE AVAILABLE
Sub-TypeResale
StatusPending
Year1915
Days On Site287
Listing Provided ByEastern Shore Properties, ESP Inc. | Larry L Mills
Buying Commision2.5% Of
Listing CommissionOf Gross

Features

SQ Feet10,417
ZoningR
Acreage0.33

Market Activity 21613

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StateMD
CountyDorchester
CityCambridge
Zip Code21613
Community NameDowntown Cambridge
School DistrictDorchester County Public Schools
Listing VS Median (in Downtown Cambridge)
Price:
$395,000
low | high
Med:
$395,000
50% of Average
SqFt:
10,417
low | high
Med:
10,417
50% of Average
$ / SqFt:
$38
low | high
Med:
$38
50% of Average
On Site:
287
low | high
Med:
287.000000
100% of Average
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Listing Updated: May 29, 2024 at 5:35:11 PM PDT