1649 Bertram Street, Honolulu, HI 96816
1649 Bertram Street
$1,795,000
4 beds
4 full baths
2,692 Sq.Ft.
1942 BUILT
6,040 Acres LOT
Sweeping Diamond Head & Ocean views! This 4 bedroom/4 bathroom home in St. Louis Heights offers incredible flexibility with endless options and excellent investment potential! Enjoy as a primary residence OR take advantage of the possibility of three separate rental units: a 1 bedroom/1 bathroom unit on the bottom floor, an expansive 2 bedroom/2 bathroom unit on the middle level, and a Studio/1 bathroom unit on the top level. Purchase the property and rent all three units individually; live in one unit and rent the other two; or reconnect the three units to create one large single-family residence again! The home has both interior and exterior stairs to travel between floors. A carport at street level fits two vehicles and a tropical backyard with an expansive flat grassy lawn and mature trees bordering the property. The opportunities are endless AND the views are stunning! Layout and square footage may not match property tax records. Portions of this property are tenant-occupied, please do not disturb the tenants.

Area & Lot

Status
For Sale
Living Space
2,692 Sq.Ft.
Lot Size
6,040 Acres
MLS® ID
202407864
Type
Residential
Year Built
1942
Neighborhood
Gold Coast
Architecture Styles
Detach Single Family
View Description
City, Mountain(s), Ocean

Interior

Bedrooms
4
Total Bathrooms
4
Full Bathrooms
4
Flooring
Ceramic Tile, Hardwood, Carpet
Other Interior Features
Ceramic Tile, Hardwood, Carpet

Exterior

Stories
3
Garage Space
2.0
Water Source
Public
Utilities
Cable Available
Roof
Asphalt

Financial

Sales Price
$1,795,000
Real Estate Tax
$6,120/yr
Zoning
05 - R-5 Residential District

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