Freshly painted, updated kitchen, and renovated 2 bedroom apartment centrally located in the heart of Bridgeport. This is a pet friendly apartment for an additional monthly amount based on size of pet. Landlord is looking for a 2 year lease which guarantees your rent amount won't change for 2 years. Please call to schedule your appointment today. There are no open houses for 62 E 4th St 3 available at this time. Some properties which appear for sale on this website may no longer be available because they are under contract, have Closed or are no longer being offered for sale.
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Charming Ranch on a quiet cul-de-sac in the North End area of Bridgeport. Main level living boasts a wood burning fireplace in the large living room, spacious dining room, eat in kitchen with gas range, and all major appliances including a new dishwasher. Off the kitchen and living room you will find three generous sized bedrooms, full bath featuring a jacuzzi tub and gleaming hardwood floors throughout the main level. The open floor plan in the lower level has many different possibilities of use due to its enormous size. Leading outside from the backdoor on the main level you will find a covered. Very affordable living 1 bedroom apartment in Success Village.
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Bridgeport is the most populous city in the state of Connecticut. Bridgeport is the center of the 48th-largest urban area in the United States, just behind Hartford 47th. Most of Bridgeport was originally a part of the township of Stratford. English colonists began settling along the Pequonnock River after , quickly buying land from the Paugussett tribe or otherwise divesting them of it. The settlement became a center of trade, shipbuilding, and whaling.
Watergarden had operated for 43 years, surviving the AIDS crisis, until economic woes unleashed by the coronavirus forced the club to shut its doors in July The property purchase was arranged through broker Mark Ritchie, president of San Jose-based Ritchie Commercial, a real estate firm. Ritchie said the property has compelling amenities. Plus, the location also benefits from being near the western edges of downtown San Jose, where major development projects are being pondered. The Watergarden property is unlikely to become housing.