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4401 Hamilton Circle - 3 Bedroom Brick Ranch, Perfect for Renovation!
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Location: Charlotte, NC
Welcome home to 4401 Hamilton Circle, a great brick ranch that is prime for investors and flippers! Situated on a 0.80-acre lot that has plentiful shade trees, this home offers extensive hardwood flooring, knotty pine paneling, a private half bath in the master, and a large outbuilding! Being sold “as is”, this home will not last long! Contact our team for a personal tour: 704-750-5417.

Walking up to 4401 Hamilton Circle, take a look at the large shade trees! Sitting on a 0.80-acre lot, not far from I-77, this home offers investors and first-time homeowners a great opportunity to OWN! Stepping inside, original hardwood floors can be seen throughout most of the home. The dining room and kitchen possess charming knotty pine paneling and there is access to the back patio and rear yard. A large storage building is in the back! The home has 3 bedrooms including a nice-sized master. A full bath in the hall has tile flooring and tile surround. The master bath has a private half bath! For more information about this home, give our team a call today! 704-750-5417.

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Price: $125,000
Property Location
4401 Hamilton Cir
Charlotte, NC 28216
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Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1.5
Year Built: 1959
Lot Size: .8
School District: CMS
Square Footage: 1650
Agent Name: Leigh Brown
Broker: RE/MAX - Leigh Brown & Associates
MLS #: 3340877
Interior Amenities
Hardwood Floors
Exterior Amenities
Grass Lawn
Tool Shed
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  • Price: $125,000
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Square Feet: 1,650

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