Listed by: Kimberly Pulido, Keller Williams Realty
Come see this stunning two story home that's waiting on a family who needs an extra master bedroom that can be a mother-in-law suite. Lot's of space in this home. Each master bedroom include bay windows, a sitting area, trayed ceilings, dual sinks, & walk-in closet. Gorgeous kitchen with island, has granite countertops, stainless steel appliances. Private media room complete with surround system wiring, game room. Sits on large corner lot.
Property data is courtesy of the NTREIS Multiple Listing Service.
In accordance with the Law, this property is offered
without respect to race, color, creed, national
origin, sex, familial status or disability. This is not intended to solicit property currently
listed. The sale offering is made subject to errors,
omissions, change of price, prior sale, or withdrawal
without notice. The information contained herein is furnished by the
owner to the best of his/her knowledge, but is subject
to verification by the purchaser, and agent assumes no
responsibility for the correctness thereof.
*Square footage is to be verified by purchaser prior to closing.
Cindy's Selling Tips
Clean or replace your carpeting. Usually a professional cleaning is all your carpet needs. But if it is really worn out, badly stained or an outdated color, replace it with something fairly inexpensive. Once again, choose a neutral tone. Read more at Fixing the Interior of Your Home.
Make Sure You Understand Seller Disclosure! Texas state law requires sellers of residential property to provide a Seller's Disclosure Notice to any prospective buyer. The law makes the seller responsible for full disclosure of items or conditions that could effect a buyer's decision to purchase. Call us for more info or a copy of the form we provide.
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A Few Real Estate Terms
Cul-de-sac - A street or alley that is closed at one end.
Mechanic's Lien - A statuary lien to secure payment for persons contributing labor and/or material toward improvement upon real property when the compensation was not paid in a timely manner.
Principle of regression - An appraisal term which states that the value of higher-end real estate can be brought down by the proximity of lower-end properties.