Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Completely Remodeled Farmington Home!


$265,000, 5Bd/3Ba Single Family House, 2501 sqft.

Jerold Ivie | RE/MAX Metro | 801-774-1650
74 E 1420 S, Farmington, UT 84025
Completely Remodeled Farmington Home!

5Bd/3Ba Single Family House
$265,000
Year Built 1979
Sq Footage 2501 sqft.
Bedrooms 5 Beds
Bathrooms 3 Baths
Parking 2 Garage
Laundry In Unit
Lot Size 0.20 Acres
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DESCRIPTION

*COMPLETELY REMODELED* BRAND NEW KITCHEN, STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES* ALL NEW CARPET & LIGHT FIXTURES* LARGE TREX DECK* FULL MOTHER-IN-LAW APARTMENT WITH PRIVATE ENTRANCE, 2 BEDROOMS, A BATHROOM & KITCHEN* OVERSIZED 24'X30' GARAGE* RV PARKING*
Farmington
see additional photos below
Unit Features

- Living room- Walk-in closet- Master bath
- Family room- Mother-in-law unit- Range / Oven
- Refrigerator- Microwave- Fenced yard
- Central A/C
Community Features

- Garage - Detached

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS

Contact info:
Jerold Ivie
RE/MAX Metro
801-774-1650
For sale by Agent/Broker

Posted: Mar 26, 2014, 6:24pm EDT

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Share your thoughts. Is there anything you would add?