1828 Chapulin Ln, Fallbrook CA ... for sale in Fallbrook, CA

1828 Chapulin Ln, Fallbrook CA 92028 Wholesale Deal!
Location: Fallbrook, CA
This is an Off Market Wholesale Deal under Contract. Please contact me if interested. (951) 218-5212. or vfalcon@iwsproperties.com

1828 Chapulin Ln is a house in Fallbrook, CA 92028. This 1,552 square foot house features 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. This property was built in 1973 and last sold on April 14, 2005 for $460,000. Based on Redfin's Fallbrook data, we estimate the home's value is now $489,523, which is $29,523 (+6.4%) more than when it was last sold. Its estimated price per square foot is $315, which is $50 higher than the average of $265 in 92028. Comparable nearby homes include 1768 Chapulin Ln, 1645 Dorothea Ave, and 1502 Linda St. Based on size, layout, and other factors, Tendril estimates that this home spends $106 per month on energy consumption.
1828 Chapulin Lane, Fallbrook, California 92028 is in the Fallbrook Union Elementary School District. Nearby schools include James E. Potter Intermediate School, Live Oak Elementary School and St Peter's Catholic School. Nearby restaurants include El Parque, Lane's Roadhouse and The Veranda Restaurant. 1828 Chapulin Ln is near Palomares Park, Live Oak County Park and Fallbrook Park.

Price: $370,000
Flexibility: Negotiable
Additional Pricing Information: OBO
Property Location
1828 Chapulin Ln
Fallbrook, CA 92028
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Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Parking Spaces: 2
Year Built: 1972
Lot Size: 10000
Square Footage: 1552
Broker: Falcon
Full Refrigerator
Sink Disposal
Central Vacuum
Trash Compactor
Interior Amenities
Hardwood Floors
Kitchen Island
Exterior Amenities
Hot Tub
Grass Lawn
Secluded setting
All information in this site is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and is subject to change

  • Price: $370,000
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Square Feet: 1,552

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