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3 bedrooms, 2 baths,Palm Harbor Mesa, AZ Appraised at $103,000 selling for $69,500 new loan or cash

by Ralph Heaton
(San Tan Valley, AZ USA)


2006 Palm Harbor Lincolnshire Executive Series. 1605 sq ft. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Cathedral ceilings. Sky lights in kitchen and both baths. Fans with lights in all rooms. Chandelier in dining room. Window treatments at all windows. Plant shelves in all bedrooms and breakfast room. Telephone and cable hook-up in all rooms. Side by side Frigidere refrigerator with ice maker and water dispenser, Frigidere confectioners smooth top range, built in microwave and dishwasher. Interior newly painted. 12x20 covered patio. Front porch. 10x14 workshop. On very large lot. Immediate occupancy. Ready to move in! In a gated community with many activities. Clubhouse with all amenities. Two heated swimming pools, billiard room and exercise room. Call Ralph Heaton 480-838-0384

201 S Greenfield Rd, #241; Mesa, AZ

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