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Victorian Diamond in the Rough

$ 309,000 - sold
3211 W 17th St.,

Property Description

Cute Easy Fixer!! Original Mini Victorian Style Home. Leaded glass, built-ins, original solid wood doors, Original Doug Fir wood trim throughout. Cedar lined built-in chests. Original steel ball style hinges, Original window hardware. Pocket Doors, Quarter sawn old growth wood flooring, Great layout. Partial Basement with bulkhead access. House is situated on a very deep lot. Plenty of room for expansion, maybe even a guest house, batting cage, pool or secure play area. Seller is looking for a cash buyer as this is a fixer. Standard sale.

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Property Details

  • Price: $ 309,000
  • Listing Id: LST-6009
  • 3211 W 17th St.
  • City:
  • Area:
  • County: Los Angeles
  • State: CA
  • Zip: 90019
  • Country: United States
  • Property Size: 983 square feet
  • Property Lot Size: 4,056 square feet
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1

Year Built: 1909

Property Features

  • yesattic
  • yesgas heat
  • noocean view
  • yeswine cellar
  • nobasketball court
  • nogym
  • nopound
  • yesfireplace
  • nolake view
  • nopool
  • noback yard
  • yesfront yard
  • yesfenced yard
  • nosprinklers
  • yeswasher and dryer
  • nodeck
  • nobalcony
  • yeslaundry
  • noconcierge
  • nodoorman
  • noprivate space
  • yesstorage
  • norecreation
  • noroof deck

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