Listed by: Lesli Akers, Keller Williams Realty
Trendy, transitional home in Southlake offering approx 4310 Sq. Ft. , situated on an amazing large corner lot. The white transitional kitchen boasts updated stainless steel appliances and granite, open to family and breakfast rooms. Enjoy walking straight out to stunning salt water pool and covered patio. All bathrooms remodeled including counter tops, tile, lighting, plumbing fixtures and cabinets. Huge game room and media rooms upstairs, perfect for entertaining. Beautifully designed home by Jon Bolton. Walk to Town Square and Central Market! Award winning Carroll ISD.
Property data is courtesy of the NTREIS Multiple Listing Service.
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. 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
*Square footage is to be verified by purchaser prior to closing.
Cindy's Selling Tips
Get a CLUE! Thinking of selling? You may want to obtain a copy of your "Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange." (CLUE) report early on. It may have errors that could impact your ability to sell your home.
Get your appliances in working order. Replace or repair broken appliances. Have your air conditioners and furnaces serviced and any repairs or adjustments made. Remember all these items will be checked by your buyers during their inspection. Read more at Fixing the Interior of Your Home.
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A Few Real Estate Terms
Loan origination fee - The lender requires a loan origination fee (or points) to cover the direct costs of arranging the loan.
Common area - An area inside a housing development that is owned by all residents.
Planned community - A concept dating back to the 19th century that describes any town or neighborhood built with certain guidelines or goals in mind.
See many more terms in Cindy's glossary.