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Manufactured Home Kingman, Arizona $52,499.00 CASH, No Trades

by Kristi Murawski 928-681-4846 - HOME 805-404-6379 -
(Kingman, AZ, Mohave County)

Living Room

Living Room

Recently remodeled, this elegant 2002 Cavco, 3BD/2BA DW offers an open, split floor plan with new carpets, tile, blinds throughout, baseboards & door jams with custom interior/exterior paint. Large LV, spacious bedrooms, large master and bath with garden tub and shower; skylights in both baths. Fenced with desert landscaping, screened porch w/ tuscan slate tile, covered parking, 8x10? shed. Central AC & heat

You'll enjoy adult living with great neighbors, close to shopping, resturants, hospital & medical offices. Located at 2023 Morrow Ave., off I-40, exit Stockton Hill, East on Morrow - Space 14 in AAA Mobile Home Park, Kingman.

Space rent is $400.00/mo. which includes trash. RV parking availible at a small addition cost of $10.00/mo.

Don't miss this one. All appliances included: DW, new fridge, washer & dryer, built in microwave. Safe neighborhood in growing Kingman, Arizona.

All resonable offers considered, no trades please.

Kristi Murawski 928-681-4846 - HOME 805-404-6379 -

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