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3300 Tom Green, Austin
Looking for a Trophy Apartment complex with blocks of U.T. campus. These don't come up for sale very often. Beautiful 1948, 6 unit apartment house. Cut limestone exterior, 2 story with oak wood floors. 2 units have views of the U.T tower. They don't build them like this anymore. 100% occupied. Longterm tenants. Under rented for current market. 4 huge one bedrooms units & 2 huge 2 bedrooms units. On-site coin laundry and plenty of parking. Seperate electic & gas meters. 6 covered parking spots.
- MLS® #9216001
- Year Built1948
- TypeCommercial Sale
- Sub-TypeApartment Complex
- UtilitiesElectricity on Property
- Parking Spaces6
- ParkingAssigned Parking, Covered, See Agent
- ViewSee Agent
- RoofBuilt-Up, Flat
- ConstructionFrame/Stone, Stone Veneer
- FoundationSlab, Pier & Beam
- Address3300 Tom Green
- RegionAustin - Central
- SubdivisionSteck E L
- Zip Code78705
- HeatingNatural Gas, Wall Unit
- CoolingWindow Unit
- # of Stories2
Property Listed by: The Caldwell Company
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