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Great Foot Traffic!! Come check out this Historic Building in Hicksville. This huge 7,600 Sq.Ft building used to be the Old Hicksville Library. Sitting on half an acre of land, this building has 2 big conference rooms, 3 smaller rooms, 3 restrooms with handicap access & diaper changing stations, 1 big office with storage. Central AC, Gas heat, 400amp electricity all modern technology inside! Small kitchen with microwave & refrigerator. Beautiful Rotunda in the center of the building, 20 car spaces of parking, fire sprinkler system. Close to LIRR, Can be made to suit taste...2 years Tax Exemption.
Listing Price $3,500,000
Listing ID 3478519
Property Type Business Opportunity
County Nassau
Listing ID 3478519
Status Active
Acres 0.500
County Nassau
Property Type Business Opportunity
Property Sub Type Mixed Use

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Win Morrison Realty

63 John Street
Kingston, NY 12401
Kingston Residential - Kingston Commercial: 845-339-9999 - Woodstock Tinker Street: 845-679-9444 - Woodstock Old Forge: 845-679-2929 - Saugerties: 845-246-3300 - Phoenicia: 845-688-2929
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Listing courtesy of Raj K Jaggi with Voro LLC 877-943-8676
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