916, Washington Boulevard, Washington Village, Baltimore, Maryland, 21230, United States of America
A great opportunity to own a unique property in the heart of revitalized Pigtown. It offers a beautifully restored turnkey building with an open lot that would allow for expansion of square footage and income.
The property makeup consists of an owner occupied 1500 sq. ft. commercial space on the first floor. A beautifully restored 4 bedroom, 4 bath “co – living” style apartment with unique custom finishes on the second floor. The property also contains a buildable lot that fronts on Washington Blvd.
The property was completely gut rehabbed in 2015. The full cooks kitchen has all stainless steel appliances, custom hardwood counter tops, large pantry and a large custom hardwood island. 14 ft. high exposed beam ceilings with multiple skylight complete the space. The 4 bedrooms all have there own baths with custom finishes.
Mechanically the building is solid. All systems were replaced in 2015. This includes the roof, windows, 2 separate HVAC systems and plumbing. There is 200 Amp service into the building.
The buildable lot sits on the corner of Washington Blvd and Poppleton St. The property is zoned C1, which allows for 300 sq. ft. of lot area per apartment. The lot size of 2,538 sq. ft. would allow for a total of 8 apartments by right.
It is not surprising the property has a Walk Score of 92 (walker’s paradise), 75 Transit score and a 70 Bike Score with the recent revitalization/ growth of the neighborhood. The opening of high end retail shops next door and the recent announcement of the development of the 22,809 sq. ft. former St. Pauls Episcopal Church/ Mobtown Ballroom complex into a 30 unit market rate apartment property across the street are evidence of this growth.
This property represents a great opportunity to acquire a turnkey property with the added kicker of a buildable lot that would allow for future development in a neighborhood that is on the rise.
$600,000 Investment Offering
$209 per Sq. Ft.
$4,775 monthly rent with buildable lot to increase sq. footage and income.
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