Old Minot fire station in Scituate sells for $585,000 at auction

Oct 29, 2021 | Industry News

SCITUATE – In a little over two minutes, in a town mostly devoid of electricity, the old Minot Fire Station in Scituate sold for $585,000 at auction on Thursday morning.

Bidding for the old fire station on Mitchell Avenue started at $500,000, with an offer by Martina Alibrandi, of Scituate, who went on to win the auction a minute later.

After paying a 3.2% buyer’s fee to the auctioneer company, JJ Manning Auctioneers of Yarmouth Port, Aldibrand won the auction and will pay a total $603,000. The town of Scituate will get $585,000…. Read Full Article | https://www.patriotledger.com/story/news/2021/10/29/scituate-sells-old-minot-fire-station-585-000-auction-jj-manning-martina-aldibrand/8570595002/

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