Real Estate

Professional Zone Offices with Apartment Income

Posted September 3, 2019 By Susan Massa Broker Associate CRS SRES ABR

Listing Stats
  • Address: 526 East Broad Street
  • City: Westfield
  • State: NJ
  • Zip code: 07090
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1.5
  • Lot size: 50 x 231
  • Price: $800,000
  • MLS Number: 3569858
  • MLS Link: http://526eastbroad.com
  • Listing URL: http://526eastbroad.com
  • Realtor name: Susan Massa Broker Associate CRS SRES ABR
  • Phone: 908-400-0778
  • Realtor Email: susan@susanmassa.com
  • Realtor Website: http://njhomeshowcase.com
  • Agency Name: Keller Willliams Premier Properties
  • Agency Phone: 908-233-8502 x 455

526 East Broad St Westfield, NJ 07090 

For photos and floor plan, visit: http://526eastbroad.com

High Visibility Professional Offices and Apartment  

No. of Rooms 10    * Bedrooms: 1 or 2          

Baths: 1.5  

Year Built: 1926 renovated 1982

Floors in Bldg: 3                 

*Price:  $800,000          

Monthly RE Tax: $14,0000  2019

Located in Westfield, New Jersey, 07090 

Directions: East Broad Street between Euclid and Stanley Oval close to Westfield Library. High visibility Professional P-1 zone building with a 1 or 2  bedroom apartment on the second floor. 3rd floor attic with ample storage .8 Parking spaces 50 x 230 lot  

2 heat system central air 1st flr  First Floor main entrance to reception area 19 x 8 Office 19 x 18 with Private entrance office 17 x 14 office 17 x 14 with private entrance. Powder room Second floor includes kitchen 10 x 9 electric stove ,refrigerator, disposal Sun room 18 x 9 bedroom 13x10 Living Room 15 x13 Dining Room 14 x12 butlers pantry 10 x 4 bath 8 x 5 with shower over tub. Tenant pays gas heat included in lease electric garbage water snow lawn... Attic area for storage has 3 rooms 24 x12 13x13 13 x11 plus walk in closet. basement storage outside entrance 28 x 26 plus 8 x 6 plus 17 x 9. new tax estimated $14,906.40 Heat: 2 Units, Baseboard - Hotwater, Forced Hot AirCool: Central Air, Window A/C(s)Fuel: Gas-NaturalService: Cable TV Available, Fiber Optic Available, Garbage Extra Charge Sewer: Public Sewer Utilities: Electric, Gas-NaturalWater: Public Water  

 GENERAL INFORMATION:  Prk:8#     Stories: 3         Basement: Yes/Unfinished, WalkoutConst: W SurveyEquip: Appliances, Restrooms - Private, See Remarks, Smoke DetectorExter: Composition Shingle, WoodFloor: Carpeting, Tile, WoodLocat: See RemarksLtDes: Open LotParking: 1 Car Width, Additional Parking, BlacktopRoof: Asphalt ShingleSalinc: Building & LandPermitted Use: See P-1 land use of Westfield New Jersey  UTILITIESHeat: 2 Units, Baseboard - Hotwater, Forced Hot AirCool: Central Air, Window A/C(s)Fuel: Gas-NaturalService: Cable TV Available, Fiber Optic Available, Garbage Extra ChargeSewer: Public SewerUtilities: Electric, Gas-NaturalWater: Public WaternnINFORMATIONTaxes taxes approx. $14,901   BldAsmt: $97,300LndAsmt: $140,300TotAsmt: $237,600 Easement:Yes / driveway ExpIncl: Electricity, Gas/Oil, Insurance, See Remarks, Snow Removal, Taxes, Trash Removal, Water/SewerAgent  Central air 1st floor only Remarks: contact LB for appointment to arrange showing Friday Saturday Sunday 's survey and p1 zoning available 

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