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Listed on Monday, October 10, 2005 (PST)
Square Ft:
800 ft2
Year Built:
2201 N Central Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85004

Property Type: Single Family

Listed By: Congress Realty

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Beautiful Condo In Downtown Phoenix

Carefree urban living at its best. Located in the heart of Central Phoenix close to sports & cultural events and next to 2 museums. Purpose built as a coop apartment building, not a conversion. Perfect for the busy executive, those who travel and need piece of mind and those who are downsizing and no longer want property maintenance issues. The building has 24/7 security with doorman. Apartment faces West - Southwest on Central Ave with views of Central Phoenix, South Mountian and sunsets over the White Tank Mountains. Roof Terrace for parties and events with 360-degree views of Phoenix. Swimming pool is heated during the winter months. Ready for possession.

Call owner for show - William 602-257-9385

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