This Historic Chinese Store is the most Gold Rush-esque building remaining in town. It was built about the time Puckerille/Pokerville became Plymouth! Although it was built CIRCA 1870's'', it typifies the early day buildings of the Mother Lode. Constructed of brick and native stone, the store was fitted with the Gold Country's trademark iron doors and shutters. The store was run for many years and operated by Old Ming, the merchant. Most of Plymouth was destroyed by fire in 1877 but the Chinese Store was probably one of the few of the town's buildings built in the 1870s and 1880s to have survived to the present day. Open the iron front doors and peek inside to see Chinese writings on the wall! Depending on your plans, the City of Plymouth may consider something different then Institutional Zoning such as Commercial or Residential. This rare historic building on almost 1/4 acre in town is an unusual find has lots of possibilities!
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|9/5/2021 7:01:41 PM||New Value: $185,000|
|7/10/2021 3:03:00 AM||New Value: $250,000|