Tons of potential! Great location on Grand Rapid's Westside off of Alpine Ave and near Bridge St area. This home needs work but could be a fantastic rental property or flip! Offers due December 6th at 11am.
Listing courtesy of MICHRIC / Scot G Kellogg / 616 Realty LLC
Last updated Jan 21, 2022
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From Alpine Ave NW, head W on 9th St to house on right
Alpine Ave NW
Grand Rapids - G
Single Family Residence
G41 - Kent County
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Main Level Master
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Harrison Park Elementary School
Westwood Middle School
Union High School
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