The Gabbard Team, Keller Williams Realty, Listed a Commercial Real Estate Property for Sale in Lebanon, Ohio
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The Gabbard Team, Keller Williams Realty, Listed a Commercial Real Estate Property for Sale in Lebanon, Ohio

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The Gabbard Team listed a former garden center for sale in Lebanon, Ohio. The property includes a greenhouse, commercial building and two ponds on 5.6 acres of land.

Cincinnati, OH – May 13, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — Bill Gabbard, lead agent for The Gabbard Team, listed the Lebanon, Ohio commercial real estate property for sale. The building located at 2055 South State Route 42 in Turtle Creek Township sits on 5.6 acres of land.

On the Lebanon, Ohio property there is a greenhouse and a commercial building as well as 2 ponds. There is a shared driveway and parking on site. The location has served as an organic garden shop.

Contact Bill Gabbard of The Gabbard Team for more information about the history and the potential of this commercial building for sale.

The Gabbard Team has the experience, knowledge and imagination to get the desired results for their clients. The Gabbard Team has over 50 years of real estate experience. They are committed to staying informed of the daily changing market so that they remain the local experts. The Gabbard Team creatively stays ahead of these market trends allowing them to properly market homes and help buyers qualify to purchase them.

Hire The Gabbard Team to protect your most valuable asset. Contact Bill Gabbard of The Gabbard Team at 513-401-5188 for all of your residential and commercial real estate needs.

Honesty…Integrity…Commitment
The Gabbard Team Keller Williams Advisors Realty
513-401-5188
www.thegabbardteam.com

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