2423 106th Avenue
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This charming Las Palmas-area Vintage 3BD/2Ba Tudor-Style home, close to local shopping, dining, Foothill Square, Old Town San Leandro, BART and easy freeway commute access, is ready for new owners to make it their own. The home’s flexible floor plans boasts 1,546 Sq Ft of living space, per the Tax Records, including a large formal living room with vaulted ceilings and fireplace, adjoining formal dining room, an extra-large eat-in kitchen, 3 ample bedrooms, 2 full baths AND a bonus family room or office. The home’s 4,280 Sq Ft lot, again per the Tax Records, boasts deep front and back yards ready for gardening and play and a large driveway/garage ready for multi-car parking and hobbies. Bring your tape measure and creativity and come see the opportunity on 106th Ave.
Broker’s Note: Buyers to verify all square footage and room counts and permit history for themselves. Seller and broker makes no warranties, expressed or implied. 3rd party reports are for informational purposes only, buyers are advised to get any and all inspections.
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