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Manufactured home for sale - 24x56 1344 sq. ft - El Monte, Ca

by manufactured homeseller
(El Monte, CA)

You can live here for $700 per month........water/trash included. Located in a 5 star 55+senior park in San Gabriel Valley.....12 miles from downtown Los Angeles.

24x56 1344 sq. ft. Immaculate, Upgraded 2 BD, 2 BA home with den / office, walk in closet in master, mirrored wardrobe doors, built in hutch with leaded glass doors, privacy screens, large shed, fenced yard, corner lot, storage galore, vinyl skirting, earthquake bracing, enclosed sunroom, close to club house, pool & much more!
*Newer AC * Newer Forced Air Furnace
*New Roof (double insulated)
*New Enclosed Sunroom * Newer Kitchen Appliances *New Mirrors thruout *Parking for 3 cars
*Brick Planter & walkway & more!

Close to restaurants, shopping, transportation & Sams Club. No HOA fees!
Located on the borders of Temple City, El Monte, Arcadia
Asking $56,900 or submit your offer!
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