Closed- Duplex in Lawndale | $675,000
Brett Lyon and Woody Stahl of Lyon | Stahl Investment Real Estate are pleased to have closed 4437 W 154th St, a duplex in Lawndale!
This building sold for $675,000
This 1,728 SF building was built in 1959 and is situated on a 7,623 SF lot. The property boasts a desirable unit mix of one (1) 2-bed/2-bath and a 2-bed/1-bath. The duplex also contains two parking spaces (1 carport), along with a long driveway for additional parking. This incredible location — walking distance from Alondra Park, Best Buy, and Walmart — coupled with the significant upside in market rent potential, make this a great investment opportunity!
● 1,728 SF building situated on 7,623 SF of land
● Desirable unit mix of (1) 2-bed/2-bath & (1) 2-bed/1-bath
● 2 parking spaces (1 carport) & a long driveway for additional parking
● Amazing location blocks from Alondra Park, Best Buy, and Walmart
● Located in the up and coming city of Lawndale with great opportunity for expansion
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