Home for sale by owner in Crestview for sale in Crestview, FL

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Beautiful brick home in 2010 construction, in quiet, family friendly Fox-Valley subdivision in South Crestview. Home has plenty of space as its just under 3000 sq ft and includes upgraded designer tile in master bath and common areas, spacious bedrooms, granite on all countertops, office has upgraded hardwood laminate with french doors can use a a flex space or nursery if needed, high quality carpet in living room, fl room and bedrooms, stainless kitchen, electric fireplace, ceiling fans and custom blinds throughout, ample sized florida room has a double set of french doors and sliding glass door to pack porch which can be utilized in whatever way fits your families needs Huge master suite boasts tray ceiling, his and hers closetssinks, oversized soaking tub, upgraded tile and granite. Perfect sized flat lot that backs up to a green belt with wild blueberry bushes with a large back yard with custom planters and a wooden playground set to complete the backyard. Quick access to I-10 and 85 mean only a short 15 minute commute to Duke and 30 minutes to Eglin. Destin and Pensacola are only 45 mins. Excellent Okaloosa County Schools. Great neighbors, kid friendly with a great community park--HOA fees are minimal for buyers Seller will pay a negotiable amount to buyers agent. Get settled into your new home before the summer and callemail for an appointment today.Available date may be negotiable
beycome.com Listing ID: bey120365.
You can contact the owner directly at: 844-799-7886, ext: 120365.
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  • Price: $275,000
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Square Feet: 2,978

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