Watching plumes of smoke rise from the orange flames ripping through the insides of a structure you call home is a harrowing experience. But as the remains of the dwelling are seen in the light, the bright side of the experience starts to emerge; no one was hurt, the original redwood framing is possibly the reason why the home didn't collapse to the ground, and the possibilities of restoring this once grand Dutch-style Victorian (one of three residences on the property) or exploring the new legislation, SB 9, to build additional units on the property are solid strategies to expand your real estate portfolio. At the same time, the tenant-occupied duplex generates consistent income for the savvy investor. This triplex is located on a corner lot in the Adams-Normandie pocket of West Adams. Approved plans and permit to rebuild available.