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5353 N Fannin St Unit 1212 Houston, TX 77004 Directions

Currently not for sale

General Description

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5353 N Fannin St Unit 1212 (currently not for sale) is located in Na subdivision in Harris County. Scroll to see the property features, tax value, mortgage calculator, nearby schools and similar homes for sale.

The property information herein and below is from the county appraisal district and should be independently verified.

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Status:
Not Currently For Sale
Market Value:
$ 0/Appraisal District ($0/sqft.)
Address:
5353 N Fannin St Unit 1212
Unit No.:
1212
City:
State:
TX
Zip Code:
Subdivision:
Bedrooms:
1 Bedroom(s)
Baths:
1 Full Bath(s)
Building Sqft.:
1,093 /Appraisal District
Year Built:
2009 /Appraisal District
Garage(s):
1


Subdivision Facts

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Facts (Based on Active listings)

Market Area Name:
Home For Sales:
219
Average List Price:
$1,174,425
Average Bedrooms:
2.60
Average Baths:
2.33
Average Square Ft.:
3,165
Average Price/Square Ft.:
$325.44
Home For Lease:
200
Average Lease:
$2,537
Average Lease/Square Ft.:
$1.56

Schools

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School information is computer generated and may not be accurate or current. Buyer must independently verify and confirm enrollment. Please contact the school district to determine the schools to which this property is zoned.

ASSIGNED SCHOOLS
MACGREGOR Elementary School Elementary . PK - 05 . HOUSTON ISD
Average
CULLEN Middle School Middle . 06 - 08 . HOUSTON ISD
Below Average

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5353 N Fannin St Unit 1212 is a 1 Beds, 1 Full Bath(s), property in Houston TX 77004. View photos, map, tax, nearby homes for sale, home values, school info...

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