- Price: $2,800,000
- 117 28th Ave N
- MLS #: 2563435
- Status: For Sale
- City: Nashville
- Subdivision: Wilkins/Boyd Cockrill Spri
- County: Davidson County, TN
- Beds: 0
- Type: Commercial Sale
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for sale in Nashville, TN at 115 28th Ave N. This is priced at $21,538,462/acre.
115 28th Ave. 3742 sq. Ft. Permitted Short Term Rental. Brand new remodel from top to bottom, electricals, Plumbing, HVAC, roof, windows. The parking area is unique, and the entire front has been concreted. Three floors #101, #201, and #301. The second and third floors are one unit with two kitchens and separate entrances. A Charlotte-based company has rented the entire building for $11,250.00 monthly with escalations, a five-year contract with escalation each year. #101 is a 4 BED 3.5 BATH, #201 is a 3 BED 3 BATH and a Large roofed terrace, and #301 is a 3 Bed 3 Bath. Lot size: 120 x51'. 2022 property taxes: $11,476.21. Insurance costs $4500+-. Maintenance $2500.00. Total Expenses: $18,467.21. NOI: $116,532.79. Cap Rate: 4.2% Can also purchase 117 28th Ave. North MLS #2563435
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Listing information last updated on September 26th, 2023 at 8:54pm CDT.
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