101 E Oak St Union City, OH 45390

101 E Oak St

Union City, OH 45390

  • SOLD
    Sold On: 8/20/2014 for $13,000
    This Property is No Longer Available
  • Commercial
  • MLS# 566503
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Map Corner of Ohio-Indiana State Line Rd and E Oak Street

Remarks

New standing seam roof on main bldg. Loft upstairs 1200 sq ft, brand new breaker box, new oak laminate flooring. All wood work done, new light fixtures and 2 sets of white pillars. No plumbing hooked up. Beautiful view overlooking the city. Original part of bldg. had floors raised and some brick work has been done. Other side poured cement floors and new support wall. Over head door. Parking lot for 8 cars. Ceiling at least 15 ft. Electric is American Power. All antiques will be removed. All dirty work completed just finishing work needs to be done. See Private Remarks

SOLD
Listing Details

NOTE: This property was sold on 8/20/2014 and is no longer available. The details listed below are believed accurate to the date of the sale and are subject to change.

Features
Age: 216
Annual Taxes: 149.00

Demographics
General
Zip code:45390
State:Ohio
Population
Total:3,690
Male:1,822
Female:1,868
Median age:39
Income Per Capita:$40,871
Population Change:+0.11%
Pop Density Sq.Mi.:70
Environment
Annual precipitation:57.32
Temp Jan (avg):25.3
Temp July (avg):72.9
Air pollution index:221
Education
Education index:2
High school degree:1,164
College degree:318
Associates degree:156
Bachelors degree:83
Graduate degree:79
Household
Households:1,431
Households w/ children:459
Size (average):2.52
Net Worth (average):$327,751
Income Median 0-25:$11,765
Income Median 25-44:$38,333
Income Median 45-64:$45,972
Income Median 65+:$38,750
Income Change:+3%
Mortgage Debt Median:$73,377
Home Equity Median:$158,135
Miscellaneous
Work Travel (median):35 min
Dwelling Median Age:41
Dwellings Owned:956
Dwellings Rented:475
Dwellings Vacant:157
Airport(major):James M Cox Dayton International

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Community Information
Greater Dayton

Greater Dayton

Introduction

Greater Dayton Area Overview

Summary

Wrapped along the Great Miami River, the Greater Dayton area prides itself on big city amenities coupled with Midwestern charm and hospitality. The many towns and villages that dot the Miami Valley lie in the shadow of downtown Dayton’s distinction as the ‘Birthplace of Aviation’. With the Aviation Heritage National Historic Park, the National Air Force Museum, and the trails of Wilbur and Orville Wright it’s a richly cultured area, making this a great place to live and work. Outside the city, there are still plenty of wide-open spaces in the Greater Dayton area to call home as the easily accessible suburban areas continue to build on the area’s reputation for unique attractions, pleasant living and exceptional natural beauty.

Transportation

Two of America’s most traveled highways, I-75 and I-70 meet in Montgomery County, making it easy to get just about anywhere you want to go; Rt. 35 also crosses through the region. RTA provides bus service to Dayton and surrounding areas. Dayton’s RTA is one of only five cities in the U.S. with electric trolleys offering an environmentally responsible form of mass transit. The Greyhound Bus station services many nearby midwestern cities. Biking enthusiasts will love the Great Miami River Recreation Trail.

Hospitals

Several hospitals serve the area including Grandview, Southview, Children’s Hospital and the Miami Valley Regional Hospital.

Shopping

You can find it all in downtown Dayton-including department and specialty stores with many just a quick walking trip away. The Wegerzyn River Market at the historic Cannery Warehouse is worth a special trip. Many household needs can be met within minutes of home at several neighborhood shopping centers.

Recreation

The area is as alive with activity as you want, or offers a slower pace if you’re looking for some solitude. Arts and culture attractions, theatre, pro sports, and numerous colleges call this area home. You’re probably no more than 15 minutes away from any of the Five Rivers MetroParks with 20 facilities covering 11,000 acres for year-round recreation. Each of the nearby cities host annual events including Stagecoach Days, Heritage Festival, the internationally acclaimed Dayton Air Show, Ice Cream Festival, and Old Fashioned Days.

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