Mary Holden

Mary Holden 2018-08-13T16:44:10-05:00
Property Description

Great 3 Bedroom Brick home with Large eat-it Kitchen, Attached Carport, Covered Patio, fenced Backyard, and Storage Building.

Features
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: Gas forced air cent., Wall-gas, Wall-electric
: Cent. a/c-electric
: Fenced yard
: Eat in kitchen, Breakfast bar
: Attached carport
: Crawl space
: Vinyl, Laminate hardwood
: Public
: Composite shingle
: Separate laundry room
: Covered patio
: Brick
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Additional Information
Rutherford
78.49
1351
Mary
Holden
233
Tennessee Realty
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Residential For Sale

105 Morris Drive, Rutherford, Tennessee 38369

3 Bedrooms
1 Full Bathrooms
1,018 Sqft
$79,900
Listing ID #182558
Basic Details
Property Type : Residential
Listing Type : For Sale
Listing ID : 182558
Price : $79,900
Bedrooms : 3
Full Bathrooms : 1
Square Footage : 1,018 Sqft
Year Built : 1974
Lot Area : 0.25 Acre
Country : United States
State : Tennessee
County : GIBSON COUNTY
City : Rutherford
Zipcode : 38369
DOM : 143
Agent info
Tennessee Realty
575 Mall Blvd., Suite G
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Want to be prepared for your new home purchase? Get in touch today for help on making the best decision for your budget and goals.

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