Seller bought with the intent of renovating but got delayed with other projects. The interior has been gutted so investors don't face demolition costs to prep for renovation. The home is a stilt home that sits on an unnamed pond in Forest Hills. Two story/ 3 bedrooms/ 2.5 baths. Over 1900 SF. Property is on well water but water is available at the street. Public sewer. House was built to make the most of the pond views with large picture windows, wrap around deck on main floor, and deck off of loft on 2nd floor. This home could be a spectacular home when restored. Area renovated comps are high 300's to low 400's.
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Last updated Dec 29, 2021
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MLS# T3264237 —
Wood Frame (FSC Certified)
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From Fletcher and North Boulevard. South on North Boulevard to 131st Ave., West on 131st. Home is at the bend in the road on the north side of the street.
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ANGELINA PINES LOT 1
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Heating & Cooling
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Lake Magdalene Elementary School
Adams Middle School
Chamberlain High School
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