8090 Route 36, Tylersburg, PA 16361 (MLS # 150566)

Price $37,000
Status Active
Beds 4
Baths 2 baths
Home size 3,856 sq ft
Lot Size 21,780 sqft
Days on Market 10
This historic Stage Coach Stop holds endless possibilities. Commercial uses abound for this property located in the heart of the area's recreation activity. Just imagine the wonderful home the huge rooms lend themselves to. Turn your dreams into reality with this fascinating offering!!
Property Type(s): Single Family
Last Updated 12/6/2017 Year Built 1860
Community Clarion County Clarion

SCHOOLS

School District North Clarion

Additional Details

AIR None
APPLIANCES None
AREA Clarion
BASEMENT Partial, Walkout, Yes
CONSTRUCTION Brick
EXTERIOR Electric-Fused->100, Porch
GARAGE None
HEAT Other
LOT 0.5 acre(s)
LOT DIMENSIONS .50
SEWER Public
STORIES 2
STYLE Two Story
TAXES 295
UTILITIES Public; Public;
WATER Public
ZONING None

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