134 Keilman Street

DYER, IN 46311

$400,000

 
MLS# 09782258


Description

This unique property is ready for a new owner! This is your chance to own a business and a house on the same piece of property! Currently a cigarette shop, this 704 sq foot building has been fully functioning for years! Also included is a 2 story home that is currently rented out. Home has all new windows and new HVAC. Please do not disturb business about sale.
Listed:
10/20/17

This listing 134 Keilman Street Dyer, In 46311 is a mixed use listing on a lot of 10,287 sqft (or 75 X 162 X 92 X 143 acres). 134 Keilman Street was built in 1995. 134 Keilman Street is located in Dyer and in ZIP Code 46311. It has been listed on our site since Oct 20, 2017.

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