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450 Square Meters with 3 Structures, Rosarito $115,000

Both homes from driveway
Existing home plus incomplete new home

• 2,500 sq. ft., 1 bath, 3 bdrm 2 story "Incomplete construction on new home" - MLS® $115,000 - Very Unique Opportunity

 -  Good location in downtown Rosarito on the oceanside of Blvd Benito Juarez and one of the largest lots in town at 450 sq meters.

Currently 3 structures on the lot plus plenty of parking. A family health situation is forcing this sale part way through construction.

The perfectly liveable older 800 sq ft home started life in Pt. Loma, San Diego some 70 years ago and is on its last legs, but has a few years left as long as the termites continue holding hands, and intended as a tear down when the new home is completed by the owner.

Comes fully furnished with all appliances in place and ready to occupy today while completing the new home.

Additionally, a small new guest cottage on same property is plumbed and has electricity with 120 square feet of living space.

House under construction, (complete with plans) is brick, 2,400 sq ft, with foundation and second story near completion , but still needing roof and entire interior finishing.

Entire property is nicely walled in brick fencing, complete with iron security gates and plenty of concrete paved drives and off street parking, so there are many valuable additional improvements already completed.

The choice is yours for a great bargain on a large family property at a great starting price as you either complete the new home at your pace or hire the existing contractor to complete it for you with your own choice of finishes.

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Posted: Monday, July 26, 2010 7:22 AM by Herb Kinsey
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