3424 N 52nd Street, Tampa, FL 33619

$230,000
1,566
SqFt
List Price
$230,000
Status
Active
Price Change
▲ $5,000 1620158418
MLS#
T3269256
Property Style
Duplex
Year Built
1987
Living Area
1,566
Lot Size
5,600
Acres
0.13
Total Acreage
0 to less than 1/4
Legal Subdivision Name
Grant Park
MLS Area Major
Tampa / Palm River / Progress Village

Property Description

One of two duplexes for sale-Hillsborough County Opportunity Zone. 3422 N 52nd St must be sold at the same time. Grant Park has a convenient location to I-75, I-4, and the Selmon Expressway. Both Units are currently rented with a great rental history. Unit A(section 8, gets $925.00 per month, lease was just renewed 3/1/21). Unit B(gets $850 per month, month to month lease).There are separate meters for the electric(tenant pays). Owners pay for water(one meter).

Additional Information

Taxes
$2034
Community Features
No Deed Restriction
Zoning
RM-16
Utilities
Cable Available, Electricity Connected
Heating
Central
Air Conditioning
Central Air
Exterior Construction
Stucco
Exterior Features
Sidewalk
Roof
Shingle
Foundation
Slab
Pool
No Pool
Flood Zone Code
x
Parcel ID
A-10-29-19-4BX-000025-00001.0
Legal Description
GRANT PARK LOT 1 BLOCK 25 AND E 1/2 OF VACATED ALLEY ABUTTING THEREOF

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