605 N. Seneca, Oil City, PA 16301 (MLS # 153534)

Price $179,900
Status Active
Size 5,663 sqft
Lot Size 28,314 sqft
Days on Market 8
Here's your chance to purchase an operating bar with a full schedule of pool leagues, dart leagues, and a well known location! New furnace was installed in the front section, the back furnace has been rebuilt, new roof on the back half, 80% of the plumbing has been replaced, the front apartment is rented, the back apartment needs finished, new 200AMP electrical system, room for 4 pool tables, plenty of other electronic games, there is a kitchen, steak fry pit, liquor license included with the sale. Please be sure to request the 3D tour from your agent!
Property Type(s): Commercial
Last Updated 12/2/2019 Year Built 1900
Community Venango County Venango


School District Oil City

Additional Details

AIR Other
AREA Venango
EXTERIOR Electric-Circuit Break-200 Amp
HEAT Forced Air
LOT 0.6500 acre(s)
LOT DIMENSIONS 50'x285'&50'x280
SEWER Public Sewer
TAXES 1575.95
WATER Public



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