Wilmington MA Real Estate | Jonathan Parker & Sharon Kelley - RE/MAX Encore


This Condo in Wilmington, MA recently sold for $350,000. This Detached style home was sold by Jonathan Parker & Sharon Kelley - RE/MAX Encore.


138 Chestnut St, Wilmington, MA 01887

Condo

$359,900
Price
$350,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Freshly painted interior, hardwood floors throughout....fireplace living room, 3 bedrooms and updated bath...plus an attached sun room....there is natural gas in the house...... Great country location....but so close to everything.....MBTA train, Route 93, Route 95!




This Single-Family in Wilmington, MA recently sold for $350,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Jonathan Parker & Sharon Kelley - RE/MAX Encore.


138 Chestnut St, Wilmington, MA 01887

Single-Family

$359,900
Price
$350,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Freshly painted interior, gleaming hardwood floors throughout. Spacious fireplace livingroom,..3 bedrooms and updated bath, plus an attached sitting room. Natural gas already in the house.. Great country location, but so close to everything.....MBTA trains, Route 93 and 95!!





510 Main St., Wilmington, MA 01887

Commercial

$299,900
Price

1
Buildings
Commercial
Type of Comm.
10,000.00
Lot Size
Free standing office/retail building for sale on Wilmington's Route 38 commercial corridor. Ideal for small business owner looking for high traffic area! Start your business here or make this your cash cow with great rental opportunity!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses





510 Main St., Wilmington, MA 01887

Commercial

$1,250
Price

1
Buildings
Commercial
Type of Comm.
10,000.00
Lot Size
Free standing office/retail building for lease on Wilmington's Route 38 commercial corridor. Ideal for small business owner looking for high traffic area! Start your business here or make this your cash cow with great rental opportunity!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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