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Listed on Wednesday, May 11, 2005 (PST)
Price:
$545,000
Square Ft:
4346 ft2
Area:
Tucson
Bathrooms:
0
Pool:
No
MLS#:
2512711
Year Built:
1902
Status:
Sold
Location:
144 E University Blvd
Tucson, AZ 85705

Property Type: Multi-Family

Listed By: Congress Realty

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Fabulous Historic Property in Tucson

6-Studio Units, 1-1 Bedroom Unit, 1-2 Bedroom Unit, 1-Other Unit.

Own a piece of Tucson History: home built originally for Judge Gardner's wife. Great upgrades make these units an exceptional income property for the downtown & university market. Hardwood Floors,Tile,New Appliances! Highly desireable nghbrhd area allows for ongoing rental application or conversion to large square footage vintage home. Square footage values going out of site..take advantage of this reduced price opportunity. Seller is Motivated.

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Call Owner for Show - Michael 520-323-8485




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