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$300,000
2 Beds
2 Baths
946 SqFt
0.21 Acre Lot
8,995 Sqft Lot
Status Pending
Property Type Condominium
Price Type
Year Built 1984
Neighborhood Alamitos Beach (ab)
Days on Website 286

Property Map

$300,000 – 1242 E 4th Street Unit 5, Long Beach, CA 90802

Street View

Courtesy of Beach City Brokers, John Novak. IDX Contact: 310-543-3536

Description

This spacious 2 bedroom / 2 bathroom condo is just a few blocks from the ocean and close to the East Village Arts District. The home has a great layout & a ton of potential with some TLC. Master bedroom has an en suite bathroom and walk in closet. An open concept living and dining area have access to a private deck. Gas range, dishwasher, and refrigerator are all included. Washer and Dryer hookups in unit. Central heating. 1 car garage space. Low monthly HOA’s. Corner unit with no neighbors below. Great location close to the beach and shopping & dining destinations. Short sale, as is, seller to make no repairs or credits. Buyer to verify all information.

Property Details and Features

Bathrooms

  • 2 full bathrooms
  • 2 total bathrooms
  • 2 bathrooms on main level

Bedrooms

  • 2 total bedrooms
  • 2 bedrooms on main level

House

  • Built in 1984
  • Stories: 1
  • 946 sqft living area
  • 1 Common Wall
  • End Unit
  • No One Below
  • One

Community

  • 9 units in community
  • Sidewalks

Cooling

  • No cooling

Garage

  • 1 garage space

Heating

  • Central

Home Owner’s Association

  • Fee: $200
  • Fee Frequency: Monthly

Laundry

  • Inside

Listing

  • Property Subtype: Condominium
  • 63 days on market
  • Listed on 2018-04-24

Location

  • County: Los Angeles
  • Subdivision: Alamitos Beach (AB)

Lot

  • 8995 sqft
  • 0.21 acres
  • Area: 8995
  • Yard

Property

  • WalkScore: 87
  • Single unit
  • Property attached
  • Neighborhood

Schools

  • High School District: Long Beach Unified

Sewer

  • Public Sewer

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