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Detached building with 4 separate apartments

Attention investors looking for a great residential investment in downtown Brampton with huge upside.

This property is also ideal for two, three, or four first time home buyers to buy together, and each live in their own apartment. Why pay rent to a landlord when you can easily buy this property together and pay almost the same as rent. Call me and let’s do the numbers together.

This building has an impressive exterior with a huge wraparound porch, and is located on a corner lot with lots of parking, and just one block to Main Street South. Public transportation, Brampton GO Station, numerous parks, recreation facilities, downtown Brampton, and great amenities are all within walking distance.

Please click on the photo for more details and photos, or contact me to schedule an appointment to view this property before it’s Sold.

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