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373 West First Street
This Queen Anne double-house was built in 1890. During the 1940's, this house was converted into four apartments. Occupants of this double house worked as draughtsman for the Bridge Co., manager of the R. G. Dun & Co., traveling representatives for the Star-Gazette, clerk for the American Sales Book Co., conductor for the Pennsylvania Railroad, employee of the Eclipse, employee for the Pennsylvania Railroad and a state inspector.
We purchased this property in 2014 in a state of severe disrepair. We rebuilt nearly the entire house, boasting four brand new large 1-bedroom apartments, each featuring new oak kitchen cabinetry and tile backsplash, new white bathroom cabinetry, and historic details preserved wherever possible. The two lower units each feature a bonus room and private front porch, and the two upper units each boast a private upper balcony. Additional amenities and utilities at this building include laundry in each unit, off-street parking, water, sewer, and trash collection.
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