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128 E CLEVELAND ST
STOCKTON, CA 95204


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This home is 2564 sqft, which is 1105 sqft larger than the average of the houses our sources can identify on Cleveland ST. This residential property was last sold on 08/16/2018 for $335,000. When this property was assessed in 2020, the assessment value improved from $335,000 to $341,700. This home is 2 stories tall. This property is located in the BROWNS ADD subdivision. Use Diedinhouse.com to learn of any stigmatized details and history about 128 E CLEVELAND ST.
Tax Legal Information
CITY/MUNI/TWP:STOCKTON SUBD:BROWNS ADDITION TO THE CITY OF STOCKTON MAP REF:MB 127 PG 11
BROWNS ADDITION TO THE CITY OF STOCKTON
2
11
12
Tax Assessed Information
2022
$352,143.00
$260,691.00
$91,452.00
74.00
$345,239.00
2021
3-365
$4,218.00
07/01/2022
08/24/2022
Building Ownership Information
R2
21
Residential
12/30/2020
12/30/2020
0000185345
Building Composition
2564
2564
0.1980028
8625.00
11
798
103
108
10
2.000
5
2
2
12
0A
3

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