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I have a camp for lease in WEST HICKORY ,PA. IT IS A OLDER MOBILE HOME. IT HAS TWO BEDROOMS . WATER, FURNACE, ..YOU can have cable tv , phone. walk to bar. within 1 mile beer dist.,pizza shop , 2 stores,2 bars.archery shop. You are responsible for all utilities plus yard work...$1500 for one year ...

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