A fantastic, updated home in Gray Inn Ct. Located in the heart of Prince Frederick, close to all the shopping, dining and commuter routes, this is the best deal in town. The current owners have updated & modernized the bathrooms, kitchen with granite counter-tops & stainless steel appliances and finished the basement to add a large rec room for that extra space you'll love and another full bath. With a full-size window, make the basement your 4th bedroom if you need it. They've also added a deck, replaced an HVAC unit and re-shingled the roof. This is one of the larger homes in the community and has been very well maintained. Looking for a low-maintenance home at a great price? You won't want to miss this one!
Listing courtesy of BRIGHT / Coldwell Banker Realty
Last updated Jan 6, 2022
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Combination Kitchen/Dining, Pantry, Primary Bath(s), Tub Shower, Upgraded Countertops
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