Address
145 Portugal Cove Road St. Johns, NL
Price
$ 540,000
Property Attributes
  • ID#1238675
  • TypeMulti-Family
  • CitySt. Johns
  • Postal CodeA1B 2N1
  • StyleResidential
  • Price$ 540,000
  • Bedrooms0
  • Bathrooms0
  • Half Bathrooms0
  • Sqr Footage2992
Listing Provided Courtesy Of:
Hanlon Realty
Data Source:
Canadian Real Estate Association
Property Description

Located next to the College of the North Atlantic and Confederation Building, this east end 5-Unit apartment complex has been exceptionally maintained by the current owners. Each unit is self-contained with their own breaker panel and consists of a three bedroom basement unit, a one bedroom upper unit and the main floor features one two bedroom unit and two one bedroom units allowing for a gross rent of $46,200/annum.The site is larger than average in size for the neighbourhood and provides adequate utility. A large driveway off Whiteford Place provides adequate off-street parking. There is a second single wide driveway off Portugal Cove Road. The site is fully landscaped with several mature trees and is setback adequately from Portugal Cove Road. (id:7434)

General Features

Ammenities Recreation, Shopping
Building Type Residential Commercial Mix
Business Sub Type Residential
Business Type Residential
More Information Link https://www.realtor.ca/real-estate/23786481/145-portugal-cove-road-st-johns
Ownership Type Freehold
Property Type Multi-family
Zoning Description RLD

Interior Features

Building Fireplace Present False
Building Heating Fuel Electric
Building Heating Type Baseboard heaters

Exterior Features

Land Amenities Recreation, Shopping
Landscape Features Landscaped

Amenities

  • Views
  • New Construction
  • Adult 55+
  • Lease To Own
  • No Strata Fees
  • Furnished
  • Primary On Main
  • Air Conditioning
  • Seller Finance
  • Green
  • Fixer Upper
  • Horse
  • Golf
  • Fireplace
  • Deck
  • Garage
  • Basement
  • Pool

Property vs Multi-Family Average in A1B 2N1

Price
AVG $540K
$540K
Visits
AVG 4
3
Year Built
AVG 1962
1962