2000-2002 N 18th St, Philadelphia, PA 19121

4 beds2 baths-- sqft

Sold: $200,000
Sold on 07/31/13

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Attention developers and investors! Have a look at this enormous opportunity: a 4100+ square foot double property just four short blocks from the heart of Temp. University Main campus. This is a corner property at 18th & Norris. Formerly set up as two side-by-side triplexes, this large parcel is currently used as a church but could easily be reconverted to residential use. Property features two separate entrances, new heating system and roof, and some other new mechanicals. Building is currently owned by a tax-exempt religious institution but tax information is available from agent. Easy to show; schedule your appointment today!

Facts

  • Apartment
  • Built in 2014
  • Pets: No
  • Laundry: Shared
  • Parking: Off street, On street
  • Last sold: Jul 2013 for $200,000

Additional Features

  • New property

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  • Zillow Home ID: 2143891232

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