New on the market! 6 unit, multi family property for sale in Warrenton Oregon!
This investment property is less than a mile to shopping centers, restaurants, and Warrenton schools. Each unit has been updated inside with new vinyl windows, carpet, and kitchen cabinets.
Warrenton Oregon is small coastal town located in Clatsop County Oregon. It is home to Fort Stevens State Park that is part of the Historical Lewis and Clark National and State Historic Parks. There is much to be discovered with beaches along the Pacific Ocean and fishing in the Columbia River.
Commercial industry is growing within Clatsop County with growing small businesses, franchises, and talks of a new Data Center to draw in jobs from the Tech Industry. It’s no wonder the small town is growing with so much to offer!
Demand for housing is high in this area! It is very typical for rental units go quickly when they become available or keep long term renters.
All 6 units are currently rented. Four 2 bedroom, 1 bath units rent for $875 per month. One 1 bedroom, 1 bath unit rents for $645. One studio cabin, 1 bath unit rents for $675. Property includes a covered common area, large grassy backyard and garage for owner storage. To respect the privacy of the tenants, a showing can be scheduled for this property upon an accepted offer. Interior photos of one of the units that can be provided by request. Listing includes two tax lots : 32216 (RH- High Density Residential) + 32214 (C1).
Current listing price is $475,000. Call or email me for more information!
If you haven’t bought a home yet, you’re missing out on a wonderful feeling! That moment when you walk through your doors, throw your purse or keys on the floor, plop down on your couch and breathe a sigh of relief while thinking, “Finally, it’s ours (or mine)!” And the joy of looking at all of your boxes, getting to roll your eyes about why you buy so much stuff, then giving yourself a moment to take a nap because you worked hard to get here and earned it! Yes that’s a real feeling!
We often hear, and read, about the cost effectiveness of home ownership. The equity build-up, the freedom it can give us from finances in our retirement years, and a plethora of other ways owning a home can be a positive impact on your bottom dollar. But we don’t often hear about the emotional impact owning a home can have. Yes there will be days the fridge is acting silly and you need to call your home warranty, or days you have to get outside to mow your own yard, but nothing beats the pride and joy of owning a home.
There is a sense of security, and a sense of “this is mine and I worked my way up to this moment,” that provides moments of bliss. The ability to do with your home as you please, not pay a pretty penny for every member of your fur family, and the privacy it provides can’t be beat.
Home ownership also gives you the ability to put down some roots. And we mean that figuratively and literally. You get to build memories through the holidays and go through many milestones with your family, that leave a significant impact into the later years. You also get to build bonds with your neighbors, and grow in a community oriented neighborhood. With rentals, people come and go annually, but there are deeper roots planted with building relationships with those living next to you. Potlucks, 4th of July and New Year’s Eve spent lighting fireworks, and just the excitement of getting to know each other and build new relationships.
Buying a home isn’t about the dollars and cents for everyone, sometimes it’s just about the joy of owning your own place, and getting to build amazing memories in it. If you’ve been longing for this, get in touch with me, and make it happen. You owe it to yourself to make your dreams come true!