Sold for $5,384,500 6 Massachusetts State Owned Surplus Properties at Absolute Auction on April 14th
(PRWEB) April 21, 2004 -- The Commonwealth of Massachusetts chose to sell these six surplus properties at their Spring Development Property Auction held on April 14th to insure quick availability of cash without compromising the maximum sales potential of valuable state assets. 138 registered bidders stood among a crowd of 400 audience members to compete for the opportunity to own one or more of these unique properties. When the hammer fell for the last time, in less than one hour $5,384,500 in sales had been generated at auction. JJManning Auctioneers has over 30 years experience selling an array of distinctive properties at auction. For detailed information, visit www.JJManning.com or call 800-521-0111.
59 Amarath Avenue, Medford, MA sold for $2,117,500:
Formerly MWRA's Glenwood Yard, 2.1 acres with approximately 19,600 sq. ft. in four buildings including three-story brick building constructed in 1901 with parking and storage yard.
Plain Street, Middleborough, MA sold for $1,650,000:
16 acres of choice residential development land with over 781' of frontage on Plain Street.
Camp Road, Foxborough, MA sold for $671,000:
Former DPW sand and gravel area, 2.95 acres on north side of Camp Road near Route I-95.
Piper Road at Waltham Street, Lexington, MA sold for $445,500:
.84 acres of zoned Residential - RO property adjacent to Route 2.
Rt. 15 W-Bound (N. of Leadmine Rd.), Sturbridge, MA sold for $286,000:
6.46 acres with 696' of frontage on Route 15 is the former site of developed rest area.
Rt. 15 W-Bound (S. of Leadmine Rd.), Sturbridge, MA sold for $214,500:
6.41 acres with 700' of frontage on Route 15 is the former site of Howard Johnson plaza.
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