Friday, August 12 2022

IMPERIAL BEACH, CA – Looking for a home on a budget? This condo is the cheapest house on the market in Imperial Beach, according to listings on Redfin.

This 627 square foot condo has one bedroom and one bathroom. Features include ceiling fan, wall heater, built-in storage cabinets and garage space.

See 26 photos of this house.

  • Address: 1351 Holly Ave. Unit K, Imperial Beach, CA
  • Price: $325,000
  • Square feet: 627
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Listing Description: Top floor condo near the beach! This upstairs condo at Imperial Beach has a large, functional floor plan with easy indoor/outdoor flow, a super appealing opportunity for those who don’t want to be far from the water! Arrive home in the Mediterranean-inspired gated complex featuring a picnic and BBQ area, assigned GARAGE SPACE for this unit, and an additional uncovered parking spot. Inside, the open living and dining area houses a ceiling fan, wall-mounted heater, built-in storage cabinets and bright sliding doors welcoming light from your private covered balcony – a great place to relax outdoors. ‘shadow. The kitchen includes granite countertops, a dishwasher, a Frigidaire gas stove and a GE built-in microwave. Upgraded wood look laminate flooring runs from the living room to the bedroom, which has a full bathroom and mirrored closet doors to enhance light throughout the room. All about 5 minutes from the ocean, fabulous trails in the Tijuana River estuary, local shopping and dining hotspots, and Highway 5.

Submitted by: Peter Caspersen, Compass

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Submitted by: Peter Caspersen, Compass
Submitted by: Peter Caspersen, Compass
Submitted by: Peter Caspersen, Compass
Submitted by: Peter Caspersen, Compass
Submitted by: Peter Caspersen, Compass
Submitted by: Peter Caspersen, Compass
Submitted by: Peter Caspersen, Compass
Submitted by: Peter Caspersen, Compass
Submitted by: Peter Caspersen, Compass
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