296 N Rhonda Dr, Falmouth, KY 41040, USA
5 unit apartment building that is not yet finished on the inside. The structure is composed of 4 units that are 1088 square feet inside (on 2 levels) with a 544 square foot basement underneath which can be used as a garage, with space left over for a small room addition. These units have 2 bedrooms and 1 1/2 baths per unit. There is also a small managers unit on the end that is a 1 bedroom unit with one full bath and is approximately 690 square feet on 2 levels. The concrete basement floor in the managers unit does not have a poured floor at this time. All of the units are in various stages of completion with the units on the left having a greater stage of work done than the units on the right. There are no renters or rental contracts in place at this time. Purchaser can set their own rents when the building is complete. This unit will be sold together with the 4 unit building located next door at 292 Ronda, as they share a common parking lot. Both buildings are priced independent of each other. There is an additional tract of land that is behind both buildings (approximately 7.5 acres-pending final survey) and it is included in the sale price of this unit.
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- Company: Kentucky Prime Realty, LLC
Matt Mitchell, GRI, ABR, ePRO, a native of Mercer County, has worked his entire life in the field of agriculture. Raised on a 7,000+ acre beef cattle, grain, and hay operation, he spent 15+ years as successful farm manager in Boyle and Oldham Counties specializing in commercial and registered cattle along with extensive grain and hay programs. Matt’s current focus and passion is assisting buyers and sellers in all types of real estate. Matt and his wife, Cassie, live in central KY with their two boys.
- (502) 758-4226
- Title: Principal Broker
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