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1868 Storefront

McNeely Young Building 3rd Floor Condominium

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Wonderful third floor condominium in a thriving downtown which has seen some $100 million of investment. Walk to theatres, restaurants, art galleries, coffee and other shops in the PERFECT small town urban environment. Perfectly suited for residential or live/work.
The McNeely-Young Building, circa 1868, is a 3 story Italianate commercial building. The first and second floors are an owner occupied art gallery and residence. The third floor has an 1,368 sf open floorplan (large enough for 2 br/2 ba), completed shell with a new storefront, fire rated stairwell to second and third floors, new roof with R-31 insulation on top (pegged wood beams and decking can be left exposed), brick walls and wide heart pine floors. A private deck offers rare outdoor space with views.

Founded in 1753, Salisbury is a wonderful historic City that has been home to notable historic figures like Andrew Jackson and Daniel Boone. Salisbury has a great downtown with restaurants, museums, art galleries, theatres, and shops. Come see why people move here from places like San Diego, DC, Los Angeles and love being a part of our community.
Open Floor Plan
Open Floor Plan
Roof Top View
Roof Top View
Private Deck/Outdoor Space
Private Deck/Outdoor Space
Bedrooms 2
Full Baths 2
Heated Sq. Ft. 1,368
Stories 3

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Archived in November, 2009

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