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Listed on Friday, March 24, 2006 (PST)
Square Ft:
2500 ft2
Year Built:
6770 E Superstition View Dr
Apache Junction, AZ 85219

Property Type: Single Family

Listed By: Congress Realty

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Stunning Views of the Superstitions in Apache Junction

Phoenix, AZ Metropolitan Area, East Valley - Best Views and Location in the Valley! Joins the Tonto National Forest, Backyard on the Slopes of the Superstition Mountains. 3686 Square Feet Under Roof, 2500 Square Feet Livable. 3 Bedroom, 2.5 Baths, Vaulted Ceilings, Huge 920 Square Foot Great Room, Large Kitchen and Patio. 3-Car Garage on 1.02 Acres of Land in Superstition Highlands Subdivision. Peaceful and Quiet. 3 Miles to Freeway 60, 15 Minutes to Superstition Springs Mall for Shopping & Dining. Choice of Many Golf Courses for the Golfer, Jacobs Trail Starts Near the Entrance of Superstition Highlands for the Hiker. Location-Location-Location!

Call Owner for Show - John 480-671-8950

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