Bakers Sell 9 Homes, 2 Apartment Units For $1,180,000

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Tommy L. and Cheryl L. Baker have sold nine houses and two two-story apartment units for $1,180,000.

The sale is to D F. Olds Tr, Duncan Group Trust.

The multi-family units are across the street from one another at 1201 and 1202 Duncan Ave. near Warner Park.

The Long Apartments is at 1201 Duncan.

Houses include 1203  Duncan Ave., 1204  Duncan Ave.,  1205  Duncan Ave.,  1704  Duncan Ave., 1800  Rubio St., 2713  Glass St.,  1610 S. Beech St., 3409  Dodson Ave. and 2609  Lockwood St.


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