Holy horizontal fencing! The flippers and their contractors have descended on Boyle Heights, with this newly listed duplex on St. Louis Street bearing several tell-tale signs of a house remodeled for flipping, including extensive use of horizontal wood slats that wrap around the front fence and front porch.
The investors purchased the nearly century-old property in March for $125,000 and are now, after some extensive renovations, and are now seeking to sell it for $399,000, according to Redfin. In addition to new horizontal fencing and stucco on the exterior, the interior of the 1,200-square-foot building received new flooring, roofing, electrical systems and, of course, stainless steel appliances, according to the listing.
The 1905 property is now being promoted as a “modern gem” and “designer duplex.”
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