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Price: $26,900.00

Address of Home: Oak Hill

421 Stevens, #1

City: Eagle Point

State: Oregon

Zip: 97524

Annual Property Tax: $177

Lot Rent: $420.00

Heat: Electric, Central

Status: Sold

Exterior Color: Tan, Brown

Builder: Kit
Year: 1972
Size: 14' x 64+3 x 12

932 Sq. Ft.

Bed Rooms: 2 Bath Rooms: 1


Desirable 55+ Community



New listing will be available for showing on JUNE 22nd. This well maintained home in a country setting offers 2 bedrooms and a full bath and an additional hobby room, craft room, office, exercise room, a retreat or dining room. Over all there is almost 930 Sq Ft of living space inside and room to park two vehicles outside. All the appliances stay with the home but dishwasher may need to be replaced. Extra step in pantry by the kitchen and other closets for lots of storage space. Home has central heat and A/C a newer front deck and awning, rebuilt back steps, a newer roof in 2016 and home was re-leveled in 2016. Only one neighbor on one side, lightly wooded property on the other side with free roaming deer and turkeys. This home is set in a 55+ park with space rent at $420.00 that includes water, sewer and trash services. And the parks pet policy will allow 2 pets up to 30 lbs each so your furry family members will be welcomed. Call to schedule a day / time to view this comfortable, quiet home.


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