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3402 Lynridge Dr, Austin, TX – $2,150,000

  • $2.2M Price
  • 28,861 Sqft
  • .66 Acres
  • 15 DOM
  • $2.2M Price
  • 28,861 Sqft
  • .66 Acres
  • 15 DOM

3402 Lynridge Dr

1985 building with 22 one bedroom units. Second floor units have vaulted ceilings. Double pane glass windows. and Pitched composition shingle roofs. On site laundry and just a couple blocks from Manor road and elementary school and shopping center on 183 and Manor. 50,000 in updates in the last 12 months.

Essential Information

  • MLS® #2340305
  • Price$2,150,000
  • Square Footage28,861
  • Acres0.66
  • Year Built1985
  • TypeCommercial Sale
  • Sub-TypeApartment Complex
  • StatusPending - Taking Backups

Community Information

  • Address3402 Lynridge Dr
  • SubdivisionVintage Hills Sec 06
  • CityAustin
  • CountyTravis
  • StateTX
  • Zip Code78723

Amenities

  • UtilitiesElectricity on Property
  • Parking Spaces22
  • ViewNo View

Parking

Common, No Parking Fee, Private Lot

Interior

  • HeatingCentral Heat
  • CoolingCentral Air
  • # of Stories2

Exterior

  • RoofComposition Shingle
  • FoundationSlab

Construction

Composition Shingle, Frame/Brick

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Property Listed by: Lynx Property Services

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