Beautiful no bank waterfront home. Rare offering as it has been in the family for nearly 5 decades. Now it is your chance to pass this on to your legacy. Extremely rare low bank western exposure waterfront. Hurry on this one. Please view the aerial video of the property under the virtual tour link.
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Last updated Jun 4, 2022
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MLS# 1181255 —
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From Bridgeport, go west down 27th, cross over the Day Island bridge. Continue forward through the 4 way stop. House will be on the left about 1/2 a mile.
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Dead End Street,Paved,Value In Land
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University Place Primary School
Curtis Junior High School
Curtis High School
Narrows View Intermediate School
Evergreen Primary School
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