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Property Description

Fantastic location within easy walking distance to downtown restaurants, shops, businesses and in one of the prettiest neighborhoods in Sturgeon Bay! A rare Door County offering, this turn-of-the-century home was originally built as a single-family residence and had been converted into two apartments at one time; it is currently utilized as office space. Hardwood floors, original woodwork, box bay windows, and more. All measurements approximate; see floorplan for specifics. C-5 zoning allows for a myriad of uses, including single family residential, a mix of residential and commercial, and more. Seller is a non-profit and will review offers late in the day on Tuesday 6/28/22. Selling “AS IS”. Also listed as commercial listing MLS #138375.

Features
: Forced Air, Natural Gas
: Central
Attached
: 2.5 Garage
: 2 Story
: Ceiling Fan(s), Walk-in Closet(s), Bay Window(s)
: Porch
Additional Information
85
11-Sturgeon Bay E
C-5
$4,579
Sturgeon Bay
Inland
True North Real Estate LLC

23 N 5th Ave

23 N 5th Ave, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin 54235

4 Bedrooms
1 Full Bathrooms
2,333 Sqft
Visits : 200 in 12 days
$349,000
At A Glance
Property Type : Inland Residential
Listing Type : For Sale
Price : $349,000
Bedrooms : 4
Full Bathrooms : 1
Half Bathrooms : 1
Total Baths : 2
Square Footage : 2,333 Sqft
Year Built : 1900
Lot Area : 0.25 Acre
Property Status : Active
Contract Status : Active W/contingency
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Active: This property is available
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Active w/ Bump: This property has an accepted offer contingent upon the buyer clearing a specific requirement.  The seller might have the opportunity to move a secondary offer into primary position by "bumping" the primary buyer.