Hey, Berkshire County residents! Are you looking to buy some land and/or property for(hopefully) a great price? Here's some news: A 10-acre property on outer West Housatonic Street in Pittsfield is going up for auction on Thursday, November 10th.

That's right. According to a media statement from the City of Pittsfield and the Mayor's Office, an open house will be held from 11 a.m. - noon tomorrow followed by an auction. This will all be held onsite at the property, 1685 West Housatonic Street.

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The Zekos Group, based in Shrewsbury, will be conducting the auction on behalf of the city of Pittsfield. The West Housatonic St. location is a 10-acre site that has been zoned for both commercial and industrial uses.

The site features a 30,000-square-foot-building that comes complete with warehouse and retail space. The site is located on Route 20 near the junction of Route 41 serving as a gateway to the city of Pittsfield.

The Zekos Group says the site will make a great investment opportunity and it features a paved parking area, public water and sewer, plus offers room for expansion if one wishes.

Keep in mind if you're the winning bidder you'll be required to pay a $10,000 deposit on the day of the auction plus an additional deposit of $10,000 within 24 hours. For more pictures of the property and more information about the site, visit the Zekos Group website here.

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