Just Sold – Fully Remodeled 4-Unit Apartment Building in Inglewood | $1,250,000
Congratulations to Brett Lyon and Woody Stahl of Lyon | Stahl Investment Real Estate for closing 3213 Bartdon Ave, a four-unit apartment building located in Inglewood.
This 4,474 sq. ft. structure on a 6,682 sq. ft. parcel of land sold for $1,250,000
This property has a desirable unit mix consisting of (2) 4-bed/2-bath and (2) 2-bed/1- bath units.
Each unit is fully remodeled with new granite countertops and all new hardwood and tile floors.
The exterior of the building has been repainted, along with the interior of the units.
The plumbing and electrical fixtures have also been completely redone.
Centrally located near many restaurants, retailers, LAX, and the 105 & 405 freeways,
this is a great investment opportunity in the rapidly appreciating Inglewood area.
● Amazing unit mix of (2) 4-Bed/2-Bath & (2) 2-Bed/1-Bath
● Beautifully renovated 4,474 SF apartment building situated on 6,682 SF of land
● Huge upside potential: 5.87% CAP Rate & 11.85 GRM (pro forma)
● Fully-remodeled units | New granite counters in each unit | All new hardwood & tile floors
● New exterior & interior paint, plumbing, & electrical fixtures
● Plenty of street parking for residents & guests
● Close proximity to restaurants, retailers, LAX, & the 105 & 405 FWYs
● Walking distance to the Forum & future LA Rams Stadium
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