857 Cherry St Norristown, PA 19401

857 Cherry St Norristown, This Commercial Brick Building Was

Price: $349,900
Address: 857 Cherry St
City: Norristown
State: PA
Zip: 19401
Amenities: AC,Fireplace,Parking
Broker Name: RE/MAX Central
Condition: Resale
Fee: No
Mls Id: 1000316106
Seller Phone: 2156433200
Seller Type: Agent/Broker
Provided By: Remax

Description:

This commercial brick building was the original Bell Telephone offices of Norristown.It is adjacent to what was formally the Adam Schmidt Brewing Company plant, founded in the late 1870s and closed in 1975.The property was converted to the Stony Creek office complex.Located on the lower level of our building is the Philadelphia Magazine award winning coffee roaster,Fonseca Coffee.If you appreciate an avant-garde building,are a trendy urbanite and a true coffee aficionado who would enjoy waking up to the aroma of a great coffee you will appreciate this building.Only a few blocks to a dozen different ethnic restaurants, stores.CVS, Thrift way and Montgomery County Library are 1~ blocks away five blocks to SEPTA transportation station:R100 trolley & twenty bus destinations.2~ blocks to the SEPTA R6 train to Center City.3~ blocks to the Montgomery County Court House.6.4mis to either King of Prussia or Plymouth Meeting Malls.twenty miles to center city Philadelphia.

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