Historic Petaluma Multifamily

313 Kentucky St Petaluma, CA 94952

313 Kentucky St, Petaluma, CA, 94952
313 Kentucky St, Petaluma, CA, 94952
FOR SALE
Property Type:
MultiFamily Apartments
Amount:
$1,445,000
Last Verified:
Mar 12, 2021

Highlights

  • 4 Unit, 2-Story Multi-Family Investment Property with 3 buildings over 0.1+/- acres
  • Year Built: 1847
  • Low vacancy rates.
  • Rents below Market Rates
  • Strong local population growth as the SMART Rail Service opens up commuter options for the San Francisco job market.
  • Easy access to SF Bay Area Wine Country (Napa, Sonoma and Suisun Valley).
  • Easy access to Northern California coastline (Bodega Bay).

Description

Great historical investment property located in the Oakhill- Brewster Historic District of desirable West Petaluma, just 3 blocks from downtown Petaluma. Front house possible owner-occupied option.

All units have been painted outside. Front house has new siding, newly remodeled kitchen with newer appliances, newer bathroom, private garden/backyard area. In the rear of the property is a cute studio and stacked duplex both w/1 bedroom, 1 bath currently tenant occupied. Units have separate PGE meters.

Great historical investment property located in the Oakhill- Brewster Historic District of desirable West Petaluma, just 3 blocks from downtown Petaluma. Front house possible owner-occupied option.


Year Built: 1847
Building Size: 4664sq ft
Building Class: C
Lot Size: 0.1 acres

Map of 313 Kentucky St, Petaluma, CA, 94952

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