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1962*GreatLakes East Mesa,Az. 85207

by Ronald Ploeger
(9421 E. Main St sp45)

Electrical upgraded 1999 Many new items,2009,gas Furnace w/ducts,gas hwHeater,Mastercool Evaporative,18cf Frigidaire ,valued $7000+ Other features 3-ceilng fans(3 speed).Window a/c in kitchen & Bedroom.Back to back sliding glass doors in living room.Lots of windows,opening louvers.Bath shower /tub. Delightful location steps from all park

amenities.Community hall(A/C),mail room/library/laundry.
Also billiard (4) room,shuffleboard (4)and poolw/hottub.
Separate fitness center (A/C).Streets lited stroll leisurely about the palm lined area,saguaro cactus & many other plants.
Area is convenient to shopping etc. near hwy 60 & loop 202,30 miles East of Phoenix,Very low crime area too.

Cash $5000 & $500 car '90 Ford Taurus 4 dr(local only)
Rent Dec. -April $5500, 1/2 down bal.30days & $25 fee.
Also will trade for van or pickup + cash Call Ron
480-357-7294 ,skype too?

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