REAL ESTATE AUCTION - 122 w. union st. somerset, pa
LIVE/ONLINE AUCTION: Thursday, june 15th @ 6 PM
Traditional Mortgage Financing Accepted.
Brokers/Agents welcome. Offering broker participation.
Location: 122 W. Union Street Somerset, PA 15501
Bid: Live or Online
Contact: Nolan Bell | (814)479-5739 or email@example.com
Auction Day - Thursday, June 15 - Doors open at 4 pm, Live Auction at 6
With 6 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and 3 kitchens (eighteen rooms total), this piece of Somerset history offers endless possibilities for a home and/or office. It could be easily converted to a bed & breakfast or set up for apartment rentals. The timeless architecture is unmatched by homes built today. A few features include heavy structural wood, beautiful hardwood flooring throughout, marble features and unique gas fireplaces. Natural light pours in the large glass windows. Throughout the home beautiful oak and maple woodwork can be found in places such as the fireplace mantle and grand master staircase. The grand design and structure allows for retained heat in the winter and cool air in the summer months.
122 West Union Street provides a convenient in-town location close to the schools, public playground, and athletic facilities, but with a secluded feeling of privacy. Large pine trees allow for total privacy around the front of the house. The massive front porch and spacious backyard are perfect for immersing oneself in the beautiful views of and light show presented by the Somerset County Courthouse. The undeveloped lot in back provides plenty of room for parking, as well as a small barn style two bay garage.
If the walls could talk, imagine the stories this home could tell of its rich history. Remarkably, this home escaped the fire of 1872 that claimed many structures along the streets of Somerset. It remains one of the few Greek Revival style homes. Fond memories of the home and tales passed-down by previous owners, such as the Gilmour family, and their friends can be heard around town. Once, Attorney Simon Uhl recounted attending a wedding before the large fireplace in the living room, prior to World War II. Can you imagine!
Be a part of the history and allow this home to tell the story of your life.