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Listed on Monday, January 03, 2005 (PST)
Price:
$539,000
Bedrooms:
4
Square Ft:
3260 ft2
Area:
Phoenix
Bathrooms:
3.00
Pool:
No
MLS#:
2244448
Year Built:
2004
Status:
Sold
Location:
16362 W Mohave St
Goodyear, AZ 85338

Property Type: Single Family

Listed By: Congress Realty

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Gorgeous Custom Home

REDUCED PRICE!!  GORGEOUS CUSTOM HOME - UNDER CONSTRUCTION READY BY END OF FEBRUARY 2005. IRRIGATED LOTS.... ELITE NEIGHBOURHOOD WITH ESTELLA MOUNTAIN VIEWS. ACRE LOT WITH COUNTLESS DESIGN OPTIONS. CURRERED CEILINGS IN THE RIGHT PLACES.

 




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