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2001 14x60 Like New Kentuckian Mobile Home - Elkton, Md



Kitchen taken from the living room

2 Br 1.5 Ba A MUST SEE!!

Im selling a 14 x 60 mobile home, it has had one owner a very clean elderly woman. Trailer is like new because the owner was rarely home. Carpet and linoleum were replaced within the last 3 years, comes with washer, dryer, AC/Heat, fridge, and an oven thats never been used because owner did not cook in home. 2 bedrooms 1 full bath 1 half bath. Back door has deck with roof front door has small porch with steps. Trailer is located in elkton maryland near the northeast line. Trailer can stay where its at as long as buyer can pass requirements for the mobile home park. Trailer is in a very nice area on a large corner spot in a quiet neighborhood with reasonable lot rent of $345 a month trash and water included. If you have any questions please call 302-331-6530

Asking $12,900 Title is clear

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