This is star of the group of nine fourplexes. All units are rented with long time tenants. See the Doc tab for rent roll. These two bedroom unts are townhouse style with each unit having a private yard. The owner maintains well-even has the air conditioners and roof looked at every year! Covered Parking! The building is just being finished for exterior painting. Close to the Cardinal Stadium! Easy to rent and existing rents could be raised. Individually metered fro Electric and no HOA. Do not disturb tenants and interior skhowings ONLY on opening of Escrow.
Glendale was originally settled in the late 1880s. Glendale is part of the Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA).
Glendale is located in south/central Arizona. It is about a fifteen minute drive northwest of Phoenix. While no Fortune 1000 Companies are headquartered in Glendale, nearby Phoenix is home to seven, and nearby Scottsdale is home to three more.
Glendale has a hot arid climate. January is the coolest month of the year with an average daily temperature of 68 degrees Fahrenheit. July is the warmest month of the year with an average daily temperature well over 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Glendale is almost always sunny, and receives very little rain.
Glendale Arts and Entertainment
For a city of modest size, Glendale provides a good assortment of arts and entertainment offerings. Some of the more notable arts and entertainment offerings include:
The Bead Museum
The Historic Manistee Ranch
Max’s Sports Bar Museum
The Marshall Way Arts District
The Historic Sahuaro Ranch
Xeriscape Botanical Garden/Glendale Main Library
Close proximity to Phoenix also give Glendale residents and visitors easy access to all of the arts and entertainment offerings of Phoenix, Arizona’s largest city, and the sixth largest city in the United States.
For sports enthusiasts, Glendale is home to the National Football League’s (NFL) Arizona Cardinals, the National Hockey League’s (NHL) Phoenix Coyotes, and the national Lacrosse League’s (NLL) Arizona Sting. Other nearby professional sports offerings include Major League Baseball’s (MLB) Arizona Diamondbacks, the National Basketball Association’s (NBA) Phoenix Suns, and the WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury.
In addition, in the spring of every year, nine major league baseball teams come to the Phoenix area for spring training. Nearby Scottsdale is also home to the FBR Open Golf Tournament.