260 N Heights Ave Single-Family Home for sale in Youngstown, OH

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This is a 2.5 Story Multi-Family Previously was divided into 4 units. First floor unit has LR, den/ bedroom, kitchen and full bath with access to basement. Home is said to have Lead Paint or asbestos. Rear unit on first floor has kitchen bedroom, bedroom and full bath. Second floor unit has possible 3 bedrooms, LR, kitchenette and bath while 3rd floor is efficiency style unit. Home is said to have Lead Paint or asbestos.

Property is located at 260 N Heights Ave, Youngstown, OH 44504. Six (6) Beds and 4 Baths plus basement. Approximately 3,400 sq ft. Lot size 12,000 Sq Ft and was built in 1900. Detached garage & Fireplace. This property just came out of foreclosure and is offered by Global Premier Asset Serving/Management. Offered at Only $6,900. Property is vacant. This is a fixer upper buyer to Asses. All wholesale assets are sold as is where is of course all need some type of repairs/updating/rehab. Property Source has a private party that offers a No questions asked finance program with No Interest offered to Anyone with No Credit check No Income check. All that's needed to qualify is a minimum 45% to 50% down payment and your approved. It's that Simple ! Priced at $8,900. Cash buyers received discounted price of $6,900. Parcel #: 530070143000.

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  • Price: $6,900
  • Bedrooms: 6
  • Bathrooms: 4

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