Home for sale with rental appartment in St. Petersburg

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with South Beaches Real Estate Professionals BK 652174
Manuela Baginski | South Beaches Real Estate Professionals | 727-487-4135
1800 28 Ave N, St Petersburg, FL
Inclusive Rental Cottage
2BR/2BA Single Family House
offered at $128,000
Year Built 1920
Sq Footage 1,624
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2 full, 0 partial
Floors Unspecified
Parking Unspecified
Lot Size 6,298 sqft
HOA/Maint $0 per month

DESCRIPTION

Perfect starter home for a family that is looking to live in a quiet neighborhood and has Community Playground across the street. The main home consits of a 1,288 square foot 2 bedrooms, 1 bath that features inside utilities, enclosed porch, fenced in back yard, fireplace, open kitchen, central AC, a separate storage building that could be converted back into a true garage. Additionally you have a 1/1, 336 square foot separate in-law bungalow with it's own yard, fenced in which is currently rented out for $450 per month. Instant income just for the in-law bungalow! Taxes for next year will be $1,234.31 according to owner. Truly unique and a must see.

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PROPERTY FEATURES

- Central A/C - Central heat - Fireplace
- Hardwood floor - Living room - Breakfast nook
- Dishwasher - Refrigerator - Stove/Oven
- Washer - Dryer - Laundry area - inside
- Yard

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Contact info:
Manuela Baginski
South Beaches Real Estate Professionals
727-487-4135
For sale by agent/broker

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