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This building was built in 1924 and is located in a high traffic area in downtown Mineral Wells, TX. It is right up the street from the famous Baker Hotel that is possibly about to undergo restoration. The duplex is in the center strip amongst many businesses. It is in the block next to where the the are doing new commercial building. From the history that I have heard this use to be a single family dwelling and then was converted into a duplex. The building has been used for commercial but there is limited parking. One side is being used as my real estate office and the other side residential. One is a 2 bedroom and the other is a 1 bedroom. Both are occupied. This is a great opportunity to get a property that could be worth a fortune someday while getting income for rent while you wait. The building has 1832 square feet of living. It has a 300 square foot covered porch and an attached 180 square foot carport. The interior of the building has been updated. This place has all the charm of a historic building with hardwood floors and high ceiling. It is centrally located next to a hair salon, insurance office, doughnut shop, Edwards and Jones, and bookstore. It is across the street from a dentist, insurance office and a chiropractor. There are many more businesses in the area. Broker is the owner. Call or text Amy O'Bannon 940-445-0418
From Weatherford take Hwy 180 and enter Mineral Wells. It becomes East Hubbard. Property is in the block past Pizza Hut on the left side. It is a tan building with a green porch.
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