NEW ROOF, NEW ELECTRICAL PANEL, NEW AIR CONDITIONER, HOT WATER HEATER!!!GREAT starter or retirement home! You can see the pride of ownership in this 2 bedroom, 2 bath home on DOUBLE lot in a "X" Flood Zone. Walk into the light and bright living room with large picture window. Newly remodeled kitchen with lots of cabinets and ample counter space with access door to the carport. Eating area and kitchen are open to large family room great for entertaining. Master bedroom with private bath and 2 large closets. Ceiling fans and tile throughout except family room which is carpeted. Large indoor laundry room with lots of extra storage. Double carport with attached shed and additional shed in backyard. Home has low maintenance vinyl siding. House is being sold "As Is" with rights to inspect.
Listing courtesy of STELLAR_MLS / CENTURY 21 AZTEC & ASSOCIATES
Last updated Dec 28, 2021
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41 North, turn left onto Cochran Blvd, turn left onto Pellam Blvd, turn right onto Barbara Ave, turn left onto Astotta Street to 2126.
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