This is an opportunity to purchase a duplex with residential financing. Own a building three blocks from the new extensionof the light rail. The sister duplex is under remodel(separate APN) & the SFH will be remodeled (separate APN).Own a complex! The duplex is finished w/new windows, new landscaping, new fencing, new paint inside & out-MANY more upgrades. Currently in lease up mode. See Document Tab for info. Buyer to verify all facts and figures.
The Virtual Tour
Take a look at the virtual tour to the left. This is an opportunity to view without leaving your next.
This property is located very near a Fire Station and right across the street is a NEW apartment building being built. This is an up and coming area.
The South Central Extension/Downtown Hub is more than just a train; it’s a way to bring new opportunities and connections to South Phoenix residents. It’s a catalyst for positive change.
The South Central Extension/Downtown Hub will connect with the current light rail system in downtown Phoenix and operate south to Baseline Road. The project also includes a hub in downtown Phoenix, new stations and public art.
Today, more than 45,000 riders rely on light rail each day. Light rail has proven to generate economic prosperity for historically underserved communities in metro Phoenix.
Light rail makes the unique offerings of South Phoenix more accessible to others, attracting new customers, businesses and jobs to the area. In 2016, the Phoenix City Council approved advancing the opening date of the extension from 2034 to 2023. The advancement is funded through Transportation 2050, a 35-year, multi-modal transportation plan approved by Phoenix voters, and is expected to open for operations in 2024.
South Mountain Park/Preserve is nearby
At more than 16,000 acres, South Mountain Park/Preserve is one of the largest municipally managed parks in the nation and consists of three mountain ranges – the Ma Ha Tauk, Gila and Guadalupe. The park boasts more than 50 miles of trails for hiking, horseback riding and mountain biking. Additionally, the roadways throughout the park are a favorite for bicyclists.
Dobbins Lookout, at 2,330 feet, is the highest point in the park that is available to the public. Accessed by both hiking trails and Summit Rd., the lookout is popular with tourists and locals alike, who want to get an unobstructed panoramic view of the Valley.