Active MLS# 24030935

322 Short Street, Red Bud, IL 62278

Subdivision: Third Add

List Price: $75,000

2

Bedrooms

1

Baths

925

Area (sq.ft)

$81

Cost/sq.ft

1 Story

Type

Description

Check out this 2 bedroom, 1 bath Red Bud home that is just waiting for you. Are you on the hunt for an efficient solution to finding your dream home in Red Bud? Look no further than this charmer. In addition to its full basement, this home also includes a one-car attached garage and a nice backyard. Conveniently located a short distance away from dining, shopping, and entertainment options. Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity! Call your favorite agent today to find out how to make this your next home. Before making an offer Buyer and/or buyer agent should verify all MLS data.

Property Information

List Price $ 75,000
Original Price $ 75,000
Status Active
MLS# 24030935
Buyer's Agent Commission
2.5% Transaction Agent
Commission 0%
Bedrooms 2
Full baths 1
Half baths 0
Main Floor Full Baths 1
Sq. Ft. Above 925
Lot Size
Acres 0
Subdivision Third Add
Municipality
School District RED BUD DIST 132
County Randolph-IL
Property Type Residential
Style 1 Story
Style Description Ranch
Transaction Type Sale
Special Conditions Owner Occupied,In Foreclosure
Type
Building Exterior Amenities
Building Style
Ownership Bank
Special Description Owner Occupied,In Foreclosure
Appliances Some
Available Date Sep 19, 2022
Miscellaneous
Disclosures Unknown,Sellers Discl Not Av
Age 53
Sewer Main Size Public Sewer
Water Main Size Public
Conditions Unknown,Sellers Discl Not Av

Additional Information

Elementary School RED BUD DIST 132
Jr. High School RED BUD DIST 132
Sr. High School Red Bud
Association Fee None
Architecture
Construction
Garage Spaces 1
Carport Spaces 0
Basement Description Full,Unfinished
Fireplace Type
Fireplace Location
Lot Dimensions 60x100
Special Areas
Cooling Electric
Sewer Public Sewer Sewer
Heating Forced Air
Water Public
Heat Source Gas
Kitchen
Appliances
Dining
Interior Decor
Property Tax $1,574

Map Location

Listing Courtesy of John Blasingame - [email protected]