Centrally Located Five Plus Bedroom Foreclosed Single Family Home in Mammoth Lakes

26 Lupin St, Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

26 Lupin St Foreclosure
RECENTLY FORECLOSED. Mountain style home located just off Main Street. Features include wood burning fireplace, hardwood floors, and knotty pine cabinets. Situated on 24,000 sq. ft. plus size lot, currently zoned RMF-1, with an opportunity to build additional units.

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Basic Features

Listing Price: $314,900.00
Price Per Square Foot: $147.15
List Type: REO
Status: SOLD
Address: 26 Lupin Street
City: Mammoth Lakes
State: CA
ZIP: 93546
MLS # (if any): 103851
Square Feet: 2140
Number of Acres: 0.53
Bedrooms: Five +
Bathrooms: Two
Basement: None
Garage Capacity: None
Garage Type: None

Additional Features

Foreclosed On Date: August 26, 2010
Transfer Value: $408,805.00
Property Type: Single Family
Year Built: 1954
Closing Date: September 29, 2011
County: Mono
Community: Mammoth Lakes
Project Name: Sierra Valley Sites
HOA Fees: None
Sold Price: $293,699.00

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