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5951 E Apple Avenue
Muskegon, MI 49442
Great starter home in Oakridge Schools just minutes from restaurants, drugstores & churches. Easy access to 131 for that commute. Home features 2 bedroom 1 bath with an attached garage. Buyer & Buyers Agent to verify all information.
Listing courtesy of MICHRIC / Lisa Vela / Five Star Real Estate
Last updated Sep 27, 2022
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Accessible Bath Sink, Accessible Kitchen Sink
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Muskegon County - M
131 North to Apple Ave East to home
Chatterson & Delora
Single Family Residence
M51 - Egelston Twp
82 x 177 x 81 x 177
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Ground Cover, Underground Sprinkler
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Oakridge Upper Elementary School
Oakridge Middle School
Oakridge High School
Oakridge Lower Elementary School
Oakridge Early Childhood Center
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