1424 Monroe Avenue, Mason City, IA 50401

Homes for Sale in Mason City, IA 50401 | MLS #240344

$40,000

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General Description

Priced to sell!!! This 3 bedroom 1 bath home located in Mason City could be the perfect home for you. Property features an enclosed porch area, partially fenced yard, hardwood floors, full bath, and a 1 car garage with extra space. Contact an agent today to see this one for yourself.

Legal: L 19 BLK 7 BRICE & ONG
Status: Active

Property Information

240344

$40,000

Sale

Single Family Residence

1.5 STORY

RESIDENTIAL

1424 N Monroe Avenue

Mason City

IA

50401

3

1

1

2

1591

7100

Detached

1

738

2022

Mason City

1900

Features

No

None

Utilities

Boiler

Public/City

Public Sewer

No

Miscellaneous

Full

Concrete Block

Aluminum Siding

LISTED BY

EXIT Realty- Great Plains Jackson, Lee Porter (507.847.2104)

PROPERTY LOCATION

MORTGAGE CALCULATOR


Aaron Jones - RE/MAX Hall of Fame & Lifetime Achievement

Aaron Jones

RE/MAX Hall of Fame & Lifetime Achievement

Leah Hilpipre Huse - Broker Associate, RENE, ABR, SRS

Leah Hilpipre Huse

Broker Associate, RENE, ABR, SRS

Will Kretsinger - REALTOR

Will Kretsinger

REALTOR

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