1015 N Tamarind Ave West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Available

  • $175,000
  • 4 beds
  • 2 baths
  • 2,560 sqft

1015 N Tamarind Ave West Palm Beach, FL 33401

Single Family Residence
Progressive Northwest

4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom
2,560 sq.ft CBS
CBS Built 1960

ASKING $193,900

Available on 08.13.2020

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Price:
$175,000
Address:
1015 N Tamarind Ave
West Palm Beach, Florida 33401
Square Feet:
2,560
Lot Size:
2,509 sqft
Bedrooms:
4
Bathrooms:
2
Terms:
Assignment of Contract
Property Type:
Home
Year Built:
1960
Const. Type:
CBS

Additional Features

1015 N Tamarind Ave West Palm Beach, FL 33401. Good opportunity to own this urban home so close to Cityplace, Tri-rail and School of the Arts! 4 bedroom, 2 full baths, spacious floor plan. One master bedroom downstairs and upstairs bedroom has another master suite with sitting area and charming balcony. Roomy eat in kitchen, appliances do not convey. Nice end of the street privacy. Needs work, central A/C not working. Lots of potential as an investment property or call it home! City of WPB offers incentives to property owners in this historic district. The Historic Northwest district is perfectly positioned for rebirth. Located just north of downtown, the neighborhood boundaries extend from Banyan to Palm Beach Lakes, west to Tamarind Avenue and east to Rosemary Avenue. The Northwest is rich with history and culture. Predominantly residential, the majority of the area is designated as a historic district. Two commercial north-south corridors, Rosemary and Tamarind, form the borders of the neighborhood. In 2011, the CRA and a group of stakeholders collaborated to create an Action Plan that focused redevelopment activities in six areas; business development, transportation, residential development, marketing and branding, security and capital improvements. The improvement program includes new street-scape along the 7th Street corridor. In addition, the entire Tamarind Corridor will be realigned and resurfaced from Banyan to Palm Beach Lakes. The Historic Northwest is ideally positioned to become a cross-cultural destination with the planned historic restoration of the famed Sunset Ballroom and Lounge (8th Street and Henrietta) and the development of a related Jazz Park and other assets.

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