Just Closed- Duplex in Lomita | $825,000
John Gragg and Cameron Samimi of Lyon | Stahl Investment Real Estate are excited to have closed 2431 256th Street,
a fantastic duplex in a tree section of Lomita.
This home is on a very quiet cul-de-sac street with a nearby park and plenty of parking. The property consists of a 3 bedroom & 2 bathroom home in the front with a detached 1 bedroom & 1 bathroom suite behind two very large garages.
The lot is nearly 14,000 sq. ft. and has a variety of fruit trees with plenty of space to make your own.
This property was built in 1925 and sold for $825,000.
- Fantastic owner/user play available with rental income in the rear unit
- Beautiful 3-bed/2-bath house in front, with a detached 1-bed/1-bath unit
- Property located on a charming, tree-lined cul-de-sac with a nearby park
- Huge lot with a variety of fruit trees
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For Future Listings:
- Contact Jonathan Gragg at [email protected] – (323) 375-5980
- or Cameron Samimi at [email protected] – (310) 880-3855