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Watch "Friday Night Lights" from your patio!
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Location: Dutchtown
OPEN Sunday 4/15 1-3! Unique opportunity to own this South City jem! Located on a quit street with a great sense of community and amazing neighbors. Watch the “Friday night lights” at St Mary’s High School while you bar b que on you patio. This home has many original features like oak doors, trim and floors, oak phone nitch, picture rail, 5 stained glass windows, original tile as well as many other architectural details. Home has a rare, private driveway that can fit 8-10 cars leading to a 2 car garage (with NO alley). Home also has many updates including but not limited to: New kitchen(2010), New roof & gutters(2016), bathroom vanity, attic insulation, basement sealed, brick patio(2016)...the list goes on and on! Did I mention they are leaving the fridge, washer and dryer? This is a dream come true!

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Information
Pricing
Price: $112,500
Property Location
4665 South 37th
St Louis, MO 63116
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Features
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Year Built: 1933
Subdivision: South St Louis Add
Lot Size: .124 ac
Garage Size: 2
School District: St Louis City
Square Footage: 1445
Agent Name: Bridget Rodriguez
Broker: Garcia Properties
Attributes
Appliances
Range/Oven
Full Refrigerator
Washer/Dryer
Sink Disposal
Microwave
Interior Amenities
Fireplace
Hardwood Floors
Security System
Kitchen Island
Basement
Exterior Amenities
Patio
Fenced Yard
Grass Lawn
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All information in this site is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and is subject to change


  • Price: $112,500
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Square Feet: 1,445

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