543 N. Palm Ave.

543 N. Palm Ave. Hemet, CA 92543

543 N. Palm Ave., Hemet, CA, 92543
543 N. Palm Ave., Hemet, CA, 92543
FOR SALE
Property Type:
Other Land
Amount:
$199,000
Last Verified:
Jan 07, 2021

Highlights

  • Ideal for Builders
  • +/- .29 acre Vacant Lot
  • Seller has more invested in the cost of the property and building and permit fees than what he is selling it for.
  • Small warehouse site in progress.
  • The property includes an approximately 2,400 SF metal building.
  • Approved plans from the City
  • Fully fenced yard with two gate entrances.
  • Utilities are in the street.

Description

Attention Builders / Owner Users - Small warehouse site in progress. +/- .29 acre Vacant Lot. The entitlement (SDR19-003) to construct a metal building was approved by Planning. The seller has more invested in the cost of the property and building and entitlement fees than what he is selling it for. The sellers loss is your gain! The property includes an approximately 2,400 SF metal building. The owner has approved plans from the City but has decided to not build the site out. The site is fully fenced with two gate entrances. Utilities are in the street.

Located in the City of Hemet on North Palm

Building Size: 12632sq ft
Lot Size: 0.29 acres

Map of 543 N. Palm Ave., Hemet, CA, 92543

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