Milford firehouse on Melba Street to be auctioned off; bids to start at $477,000

Mayor Ben Blake says he's already getting calls

Mayor Ben Blake says he's already getting calls of interest.

MILFORD - The old Melba Street firehouse in Milford is being auctioned off next month.

The city is auctioning off the property to anyone who wants to transform the 20,000-square-foot space into their humble home or business. Mayor Ben Blake says he's already getting calls of interest.

Bids start at $477,000. The first tours will be offered on April 24 at 10 a.m., and the auction will take place on May 10.

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