REHAB THIS HOME
AND HAVE EQUITY WHEN DONE

18809 65th Place West Lynnwood Washington
$418,950

This is a split level house in a good neighborhood where values are rising.

It has 2,088 sq ft of living space plus a two car, 576 sq ft garage. It has four bedrooms and three bathrooms, including a master bedroom with bath. It has a full daylight basement and a two-car garage. It has hardwood floors upstairs in most areas.

There are apple and cherry trees in back.

The house sits on a 10,452 sq ft lot. There is easy gate access to the fully fenced backyard, where there is asphalt RV parking and room to build a shop and/or mother-in-law accessory dwelling unit.

Updated homes of this size in this area are selling for over $600,000.

In most ways this is a solid home. The inspector says this house “has good bones.”

BUT

But it needs general improvement, cleanup, junk removal, rehab, and lots of love. Plan on spending $50,000 to $75,000 or more. In my opinion – which you should confirm – a buyer who intends to occupy the property and who has construction knowledge can get a rehab loan and end up with a home with charm and built-in equity.

There is no key box. Showing by appointment only. Call James at 425-774-6611.

Click this link to see all documents, including the inspection report.

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