3820 N 54th Street, Tampa, FL 33619

$299,000
3,000
SqFt
List Price
$299,000
Status
Active
Days on Market
6
MLS#
O5777268
Property Style
Quadruplex
Year Built
1974
Living Area
3,000
Lot Size
11,200
Acres
0.26
Total Acreage
1/4 Acre to 21779 Sq. Ft.
Legal Subdivision Name
Grant Park Add
MLS Area Major
Tampa / Palm River / Progress Village

Property Description

EXCELLENT opportunity to own this income producing block quadplex in Tampa! Recently renovated and in great condition, units have ceramic tile and plank floors throughout. Roof and A/C units recently replaced. Current contract gross income of $38,828/year for all four units. Attainable gross rents of $42,000/year if you move rents to market at $875. This affords a pro forma cap rate of over 10%. DO NOT DISTURB TENANTS.

Additional Information

Taxes
$2935
Community Features
No Deed Restriction
Zoning
RM-16
Utilities
Electricity Connected
Heating
Central
Air Conditioning
Central Air
Exterior Construction
Concrete
Exterior Features
Fenced
Roof
Shingle
Foundation
Slab
Pool
No Pool
Flood Zone Code
X
Parcel ID
A-10-29-19-4BY-000048-00003.0
Legal Description
GRANT PARK ADDITION BLOCK 31-35 AND 46 TO 50 LOTS 3 AND 4 AND E 1/2 CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING ON W BLOCK 48

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