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Listed on Thursday, May 11, 2006 (PST)
Price:
$539,500
Bedrooms:
5
Square Ft:
3370 ft2
Area:
Phoenix
Bathrooms:
3.50
Pool:
No
MLS#:
2530895
Year Built:
2004
Status:
Sold
Location:
35811 33rd Ln
Phoenix, AZ 85086

Property Type: Single Family

Listed By: Congress Realty

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Phoenix Home

This 2004 home is in quiet Tramonto neighborhood, has mountain views from backyard, second floor balcony & master bedroom, along with 4 bed, loft den & 3.5 baths. You will find lots of upgrades, 42incherry wood cabinets, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, 18x18 tiles. K-8 Sunrise Ridge school within walking distance. Two community pool/spas, playground, park, tennis court, walking trails. This house has north/east exposure from backyard which allows you to enjoy the backyard the whole year round - even during summertime. Temp. zone controled, desert back - no neighbor, 3 car garage, watering system - front & back. All appliances stay.

Call owner for show - Zazislan 623-594-7310 or 623-466-5570




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