Mary Holden

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

Located on quiet 1 way Lane off Troy, this nice Brick home has Living Room, 3 Bedrooms, Eat in Kitchen, ceramic tiled Bath. There are Beautiful Hardwood floors throughout. There is a Large Finished Basement that has walkout access to a large Backyard.

Features
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: Gas forced air cent.
: Cent. a/c-electric
: Eat in kitchen
: Partial basement, Walkout basement
: Hardwood, Tile/ceramic
: Public
: Public
: Metal roof
: Dishwasher, Refrigerator
: Washer/dryer connection, Electric water heater
: Paved-public road
: Separate laundry room
: Pull down stairs
: Brick
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Additional Information
Dyersburg
56.63
1351
Mary
Holden
233
Tennessee Realty
1

Residential For Sale

1322 Lovers Lane, Dyersburg, Tennessee 38024

3 Bedrooms
1 Full Bathrooms
1,411 Sqft
$79,900
Listing ID #184751
Basic Details
Property Type : Residential
Listing Type : For Sale
Listing ID : 184751
Price : $79,900
Bedrooms : 3
Full Bathrooms : 1
Square Footage : 1,411 Sqft
Year Built : 1950
Country : United States
State : Tennessee
County : DYER COUNTY
City : Dyersburg
Zipcode : 38024
DOM : 21
Agent info
Tennessee Realty
575 Mall Blvd., Suite G
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