228 St Marks Pl, Staten Island, NY 10301

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$999,900 List Price
Accepted Offer on 3/27/2021
Listing ID 10976879
Property Type Multi-Unit (2-4)
County Richmond
Township Richmond
Neighborhood Mid Island
Year Built 1910


Tremendous Opportunity, 4 Large and Legal units in St George, minutes from the ferry and convenient to shopping, restaurants the city and so much more. Classic large apartment look and feel, 228 St Marks features (2) 2 Bedroom Units and (2) 3 Bedroom 7 room duplex apartments, featuring high ceilings, hardwood floors throughout, extra large rooms and great potential. 3 Bedroom units have large bay windows that overlook the water and feature city views. Each unit is individually metered for utilities. Huge potential cash flow generator - all free market rents, 2 vacant apartments provide ample opportunity for investor or end user who is seeking to have their rent cover the mortgage.
Property Details
  • 13590 Sq. Ft. Lot
  • Built in 1910
  • 3 Stories
  • Available 3/12/2021
Interior Features
  • Hot Water
  • Natural Gas Fuel
Exterior Features
  • Stucco Siding
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Office: 718-477-8100
Office: 347-552-8731
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