Centrally Located Two Bedroom Condo Foreclosure at Horizons 4

2113 Meridian Blvd Unit 166, Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

Condo Foreclosure at Horizons 4
Lovely condo foreclosure at Horizons 4 features two bedroom plus loft with two bathrooms, and is an end unit located on the back row of the Horizons 4 Condos. The common area includes on-site pool, spa, tennis courts, recreation room and picnic area. Pre-qualification required on all offers. Please allow 2-3 business days for seller response.

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Basic Features

Listing Price: $219,900.00
Price Per Square Foot: $236.71
List Type: REO
Status: PENDING
Address: 2113 Meridian Blvd Unit 166
City: Mammoth Lakes
State: CA
ZIP: 93546
MLS # (if any): 104302
Square Feet: 929
Number of Acres: None
Bedrooms: Two/Loft
Bathrooms: Two
Basement: None
Garage Capacity: None
Garage Type: None

Additional Features

Foreclosed On Date: August 18, 2011
Transfer Value: $199,350.00
Property Type: Condominium
Year Built: 1974
Closing Date: February 9, 2012
County: Mono
Community: Mammoth Lakes
Project Name: Horizons 4
HOA Fees: $551.00
Sold Price: $218,000.00

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Deanna is an experienced "LOCAL" REO Listing Agent providing foreclosure services in primarily the resort areas of Mammoth Lakes, Crowley Lake, June Lake, Bishop, and Big Pine, CA. Successfully closing over $40 million in REO Real Estate transactions and sales since 2005, Deanna provides professional and prompt REO Real Estate services. Click here to view my Featured Properties.

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