36 W Princeton Street, Orlando, FL 32804

$285,500
3
BD
2
BA
1,431
SqFt
List Price
$285,500
Status
Active
Days on Market
170
Price Change
▲ $257,000 1546739050
MLS#
O5754937
Property Style
Single Family
Year Built
1960
Bedrooms
3
Bathrooms
2
Living Area
1,431
Lot Size
5,902
Acres
0.14
Total Acreage
Up to 10,889 Sq. Ft.
Legal Subdivision Name
College Park South
MLS Area Major
Orlando/College Park

Property Description

INVESTORS ONLY ! GREAT LOCATION TO INVEST , PROPERTY NEEDS TLC OR THE LAND COULD BE USE TO BUILD A DUPLEX , THE COUNTY ALREADY APPROVED PROJECT.

Additional Information

Taxes
$3395
Minimum Lease
8-12 Months
Community Features
No Deed Restriction
Zoning
R-2A/T/W
Interior Layout
Other
Interior Features
Other
Floor
Ceramic Tile
Appliances
Electric Water Heater, Range, Refrigerator
Utilities
Other
Heating
Central
Air Conditioning
Central Air
Room Dimensions
Master Bedroom: 12x10, Dining Room: 11x9, Kitchen: 11x8, Bedroom 2: 10x7, Bedroom 3: 10x9, Living Room: 12x7
Exterior Construction
Block
Exterior Features
Other
Roof
Shingle
Foundation
Slab
Pool
No Pool
Garage Carport
2 Car Carport
Elementary School
Princeton Elem
High School
Edgewater High
Flood Zone Code
X
Parcel ID
14-22-29-9171-00-020
Legal Description
WEST PRINCETON PROJECT 89/39 LOT 2

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