A home in Sacramento that offered for $3 million tops the listing of the most high priced serious estate profits in East Sacramento in August.
In full, 21 genuine estate sales had been recorded in the spot, with an typical cost of $942,286. The normal rate for each square foot finished up at $492.
The costs in the checklist under concern serious estate sales where the title was recorded in August, even if the assets may well have been sold before.
$875,000, solitary-relatives household in the 4600 block of Model Way
The sale of the solitary-loved ones residence in the 4600 block of Manufacturer Way, Sacramento, has been finalized. The price was $875,000, and the residence improved palms in July. The residence was built in 1948 and has a residing region of 1,750 sq. toes. The value for each square foot was $500.
$875,000, one-loved ones home in the 5000 block of B Street
The residence in the 5000 block of B Avenue in Sacramento has new house owners. The rate was $875,000. The property was constructed in 1945 and has a dwelling spot of 1,502 sq. ft. The price tag per square foot is $583.
$905,000, detached property in the 4100 block of T Road
A sale has been finalized for the solitary-spouse and children household in the 4100 block of T Avenue in Sacramento. The rate was $905,000 and the new entrepreneurs took above the house in July. The household was constructed in 1925 and the dwelling area totals 2,080 square toes. The price tag for every square foot ended up at $435.
$940,000, one-family members property in the 4400 block of I Road
The 1,540 sq.-foot one-relatives household in the 4400 block of I Road, Sacramento, has now been bought. The transfer of ownership was settled in July and the complete buy value was $940,000, $610 for each sq. foot. The home was crafted in 1925.
$976,000, single-spouse and children home in the 900 block of 47th Road
The sale of the one loved ones residence in the 900 block of 47th Street in Sacramento has been finalized. The price was $976,000, and the new house owners took above the home in July. The household was designed in 1927 and has a living spot of 1,364 sq. ft. The price per sq. foot was $716.
$1 million, single-family residence in the 5100 block of T Road
The 2,288 sq.-foot single-spouse and children household in the 5100 block of T Avenue in Sacramento has now been marketed. The transfer of possession was settled in July and the whole acquire cost was $1,040,000, $455 for every square foot. The residence was constructed in 1991.
$1.1 million, detached property in the 600 block of 40th Street
The assets in the 600 block of 40th Street in Sacramento has new proprietors. The value was $1,149,000. The residence was designed in 1920 and has a residing spot of 2,990 sq. toes. The selling price for every sq. foot is $384.
$1.2 million, single-spouse and children dwelling in the 600 block of 44th Avenue
The sale of the solitary-family members residence in the 600 block of 44th Road, Sacramento, has been finalized. The price was $1,172,000, and the new homeowners took in excess of the property in July. The home was crafted in 2007 and has a dwelling area of 2,571 square feet. The rate for each square foot was $456.
$1.4 million, one-household residence in the 300 block of 51st Avenue
A sale has been finalized for the detached household in the 300 block of 51st Street in Sacramento. The rate was $1,361,000 and the new entrepreneurs took around the household in July. The property was developed in 2021 and the dwelling region totals 2,698 sq. toes. The value per square foot ended up at $504.
$3 million, one-relatives home in the 1300 block of 44th Avenue
The 4,138 square-foot single-household home in the 1300 block of 44th Street, Sacramento, has now been marketed. The transfer of ownership was settled in July and the full acquire selling price was $3,000,000, $725 for every square foot. The residence was constructed in 1940.
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