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3 bed, 2 bath condo in Van Nuys

$ 279,000
6956 Lennox Ave #4,

Property Description

We received offers regularly for this unit but seller will not consider anything less than his list price! Well Maintained upstairs rear unit!! New double pane windows, New Central A/C unit!!, Granite Counters. Great Open Floor Plan! Plenty of Natural Light. Very nice neighbors. 2 side-by-side covered parking spaces. Plenty of extra off street parking and storage. Secured building with automatic gate. 2 balconies!! The building is not FHA approved. Looking for substantial down payment or cash offer.

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Property Details

  • Price: $ 279,000
  • Listing Id: LST-5879
  • 6956 Lennox Ave #4
  • City:
  • Area:
  • County: Los Angeles
  • State: CA
  • Zip: 91405
  • Country: United States
  • Property Size: 1,161 square feet
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2

Year Built: 1965

Garages: 1

Garage Size: 2

Property Features

  • noattic
  • yesgas heat
  • noocean view
  • nowine cellar
  • nobasketball court
  • nogym
  • nopound
  • nofireplace
  • nolake view
  • nopool
  • noback yard
  • nofront yard
  • yesfenced yard
  • nosprinklers
  • yeswasher and dryer
  • nodeck
  • yesbalcony
  • nolaundry
  • noconcierge
  • nodoorman
  • yesprivate space
  • yesstorage
  • norecreation
  • noroof deck

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