Listed Sept 7th Offer 10 Days Later SOLD Oct 18th For 101100 CASH

Dated: 10/26/2013

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3000 E 33rd St, Vancouver, WA 98661

SOLD! $101,100
Single Family Home
1 Bedroom
1 Bathroom
Interior: 1,056,864 sqft
Lot: 0.23 acre(s)

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HUD HOME BARGAIN

***Listed Sept. 7th. Offer 10 days later. SOLD Oct. 18th for $101,100 CASH!***
List Price: $85,000
SOLD: $101,100
Bring the Hammer & Nails! Classic 1920’s diamond in the rough near SR-500 & I-5. 1,056 SF+ with 864 SF unfinished basement potential. Hardwood flooring throughout. Huge living room with wood fireplace. French doors leading to formal dining with built-in butler’s style pantry. Galley style kitchen with eating area. Master bedroom and soaking tub in the bathroom. Oversized 0.23 acre lot backing to trees plus single detached garage and private deck out back. Classic covered front po



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Julie R Baldino
Front Door Realty - serving Oregon and Washington
Phone: (360) 989-3390
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Front Door Realty
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