In today’s real estate market, with low inventory dominating the conversation in many areas of the country, it can often be frustrating to be a first-time homebuyer if you aren’t.
Tucson West Side Private Acre Plus 4 Bed Home Nestled In Lush Desert Vegetation
Private, 1.31 acre lot nestled in the desert hills and surrounded by lush desert vegetation. Never worry about a neighbor hearing your every move or you hearing them!
This 4 bed 2.5 home blends rustic southwestern charm with spacious living areas of the home. Wood beam ceilings and a fireplace in the living room give you those cozy touches. A remodeled kitchen offers plenty of work areas, easy to clean surfaces, and ample storage . Get everyone fed quickly at the breakfast bar or sit down to enjoy a family meal in the nook. Larger parties are easily accommodated in the dining room.
All bedrooms are well sized and fit typical furniture layouts. The new carpet allows for a change in wall color to suit your taste. Change the bathrooms for a more modern look or let their rustic charm shine through.
A Covered patio overlooks the remaining acre of desert and the Catalina Mountains. A Tranquil relaxation spot on side courtyard gives you a wrap around bench leading to a waterfall and split levels for deck chairs, tables or even a jacuzzi. Great spot for sunsets and star gazing. Add a fire pit for those cool winter nights.
2 car garage but property has ample uncovered space for cars or RV’s. Owner managed HOA is a nominal $25/year. (No poly plumbing here either)
Dining, entertaining, exploring and outdoor living are just some of the great things Tucson living offers you! You see when looking at buying or selling real estate, it’s all about the investment a....
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