Biddleville Fix and Flip or Buy and Hold

2415 Rozzelles Ferry Rd, Charlotte, NC 28208

$230,000

KEY FEATURES
Sq Footage: 2,761 sqft
Bedrooms:4 Beds
Bathrooms: 3 Baths
Property Type: Single Family Home

ARV: $480000 – $505000

Repair Estimate: $120,000


 

DESCRIPTION

Two miles from Uptown Charlotte. Located in the Opportunity Zone, Biddleville is the oldest surviving predominantly African-American neighborhood in Charlotte, North Carolina. It is located one mile west of Uptown and Interstate 77 along Beatties Ford Road. Biddleville is home to Johnson C. Smith University, a historically black college originally called the Henry J. Biddle Memorial Institute, that was formed shortly after the Civil War to educate aspiring black preachers and teachers. In 1876 it was renamed Biddle University.[1] Biddleville arose as a supporting community of the Institute and was distinctly separate from Charlotte until it was annexed by the city in the early 1900s.[2]
 
 
Over the years, this thriving community has seen an uprising of new developments and renovations throughout.  As a result, properties values in this community has skyrocketed over 400% and is the top 5  communities in Charlotte.

Selling Price: $230,000

Status:

Type:

Style:

Lot Sqft:

Lot Description:

Parcel ID:

County:

 

Vacant

1 Story w Basement

Ranch

8,712

Sloping

21918199

Mecklenburg

HLA:

Main Floor:

Basement:

Finished:

Total:

Beds:

Baths:

Year Built:

 

1,564

1,170

2,734

3,142

4

3

1928

Room Level:

Main Floor:

Basement:

 

 Beds

2

2

 

 Baths

2

1

 

Room Type:

Main Floor:

Basement:

 

  

Bathroom(s), Bedroom(s), Dining Room, Family Room, Kitchen, Living Room

Bathroom, Exercise, Bedroom(s), Laundry, Workshop

 

Sewer:

Water:

HVAC:

Hot Water Heater:

 

 

City Sewer

City Water

Central Air, Gas Hot Air

Gas