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2000 Palm Harbor, 3/2 Phoenix Az 85022

by Tina Erwin
(Phoenix, Arizona )

Pride of ownership in this year 2000, Palm Harbor home with 3 bedroom, 2 bath, and you own the Land..( so not lot fees ) Newly Painted Exterior.And many upgrades including Kitchen has 18 inch tile, Newer Roof, and Solar hot water heater,patios have sealed concrete flooring. The Kitchen offers lots of cabinets with plenty of storage. Washer and Dryer are conveniently located inside. Inexpensive HOA fees ($26/month), that offer 2 community pools, 2 clubhouses, pool tables, library, and a tennis court. Come and park under 2 car covered spot on this long driveway that could fit 6 cars, where you can also park your boat or trailer. Enjoy the cooler weather outside with the covered patio that follows the house on 3 sides. Has a 12*10 storage shed, perfect for all storage needs. Close 101, 51, and 17 freeway. Within minutes of shopping, restaurants, and hospitals Also has Garden area and Greenhouse for all your planting needs This is one to SEE.. Pay less than Rent, under $900 month.. Asking $134,500


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