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$549,000
2 Beds
1 Bath
824 SqFt
0.06 Acre Lot
2,427 Sqft Lot
Status Active
Property Type Detached
Year Built 1925
Neighborhood Cherokee Point
Days on Website 9

Property Map

$549,000 – 3574 Landis St., San Diego, CA 92104

Street View

Courtesy of My San Diego Realtor.

Description

Charming Craftsman Home in North Park! Spacious, move in ready, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, wood, carpet and tile floors, nicely upgraded kitchen cabinets with granite counter tops, double paned vinyl windows, security screens, energy efficient tank-less water heater and so much more. Back yard offers a 250sqft deck with room to entertain and gate access to park a vehicle. Situated on a corner lot featuring alley access, spacious yard, oversized storage shed and plenty off-street parking. Premium Location!

Property Details and Features

Bathrooms

  • 1 full bathroom
  • 1 total bathroom

Bedrooms

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 total bedrooms

Second Bedroom

  • 10×10 square feet

House

  • 824 estimated square feet
  • Built in 1925
  • Deck
  • Wood
  • 1 story

Cooling

  • Other/Remarks

Dining Room

  • combo square feet

Exterior Features

  • Stucco

Fence

  • Full
  • Other/Remarks
  • Wood

Water

  • Meter on Property

Heating

  • Wall/Gravity
  • Natural Gas

Kitchen

  • Kitchen is 19×9 feet

Laundry

  • Kitchen
  • Other/Remarks

Listing

  • Source: Sandicor
  • For Sale
  • 9 days on market
  • Listed on 2019-02-08

Location

  • Community: North Park
  • County: San Diego

Lot

  • Approximately 2,427 square feet
  • 1-3,999 SF

Living Room

  • 21×11 square feet

Master Bedroom

  • 11×10 square feet

Garage

  • None Known

Parking

  • 1 non-garage parking space
  • 1 total parking space
  • Gated
  • Uncovered
  • Boat
  • Other
  • Parking Space
  • Street
  • Potential Space
  • Other/Remarks

Pool

  • N/K

Property

  • Exclusive use yard
  • Drip

Roof

  • Other/Remarks

Sewer

  • Sewer Connected

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