4860 Alseir Road, North Port, FL 34288

$151,000
3
BD
2
BA
1,195
SqFt
List Price
$151,000
Status
Active
Days on Market
96
Price Change
▼ $7,900 1557970557
MLS#
O5763650
Foreclosure
Yes
Property Style
Single Family
Year Built
1998
Bedrooms
3
Bathrooms
2
Living Area
1,195
Lot Size
10,649
Acres
0.24
Total Acreage
Up to 10,889 Sq. Ft.
Legal Subdivision Name
Port Charlotte Sub 51
Community Name
Port Charlotte Sub
MLS Area Major
North Port

Property Description

Investment opportunity available, a diamond in the rough needs extensive repairs but could be worth your efforts. The home features 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and attached garage. Convenient to I-75, shopping, restaurants and a short drive to the beaches.

Additional Information

Taxes
$2335
Community Features
No Deed Restriction
Zoning
RSF2
Interior Layout
Other
Interior Features
Other
Floor
Other
Appliances
Other
Utilities
Electricity Available
Heating
Central
Air Conditioning
Central Air
Room Dimensions
Living Room: 14x12, Kitchen: 10x10, Master Bedroom: 15x16
Exterior Construction
Stucco
Exterior Features
Sidewalk
Roof
Shingle
Foundation
Slab
Pool
No Pool
Garage Carport
2 Car Garage
Garage Spaces
2
Garage Dimensions
00x00
Flood Zone Code
AE
Parcel ID
1008255506
Legal Description
LOT 6 BLK 2555 51ST ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE

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