Welcome home to 420 E Francis Street in beautiful Hastings Michigan! This three bedroom, one and a half bath two story home is sure to please. The home features many recent updates such as a newer roof, newer water heater, updated kitchen appliances, a new deck, new picture window and new sliding glass door. The entire rear lot is fenced and you will love the deck! The home has both a living room and a family room with the family room featuring a fireplace and a sliding glass to door to the rear deck.. The home boasts a two stall attached garage and also a main floor laundry. The basement could easily be finished into additional living space. Schedule your tour today!
Listing courtesy of MICHRIC / Jonathan Dinehart / Live Local Realty
Last updated Feb 3, 2023
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MLS# 22050071 —
Aluminum Siding, Brick
Screens, Replacement, Insulated Windows
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M43 to Woodlawn Ave. East on Woodlawn to Michigan. South on Michigan to Francis. East on Francis to home.
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Single Family Residence
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CITY OF HASTINGS LOT 67, ABEN JOHNSONS ADD #2.
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Electricity Connected, Telephone Line, Natural Gas Connected, Cable Connected, Public Water, Public Sewer, Broadband
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Hastings High School
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Live Local Realty
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