Mammoth Foreclosure of The Week | 26 Lupin St

26 Lupin St –– This isn’t for everybody but I’m sure plenty of people are going to take a look. I’ve already heard some of the female agents say “I’m not going in there.” It really isn’t that bad. This is a historic home in Mammoth’s “historical district.” There are about 5 bedroom and 2 baths. At one time it was a lodge/bed and breakfast. The home was vacant during the past record winter and it is still standing, so that’s good sign. The home isn’t “move-in  ready” but…One of the key features is the lot itself, about 24,000 square feet, and fully fenced, although some of the fence in the back needs repair. The zoning is RMF-1 (Residential Multi Family) so with the size of the lot there is certainly the opportunity to build some additional units. This is located one lot in from Main St., so the location is quite centralized. Priced at $314,900. Call me, I’d be glad to show it to you!

3 thoughts on “Mammoth Foreclosure of The Week | 26 Lupin St”

  1. Am I missing something that would prevent a female from “going in there?” Was there a triple murder in there or was someone running a sex dungeon on this property? Or are mountain people not as hearty as I thought?

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    • Part of this blog is “observations” from the market. This is an observation. Maybe you would like a tour of the property? Digital photography is a a real estate broker’s dream. I wish digital photography could make me look so good.

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