Apple Realty and Auction

3425 Milburnton Rd, Limestone, TN 37681

3 Bedrooms, 2 Full Baths – Ranch
FOR SALE – An offer has been accepted, waiting to close
Price: $74,500  Price Per SqFt: $53.06  List Date: 2018-02-12  DOM:  8
City Tax: $0 County Tax: $290
Year Built: 2000 
Finished Sq Ft: 1,404 Lot Size: 1.24 acre(s)Lot Dimensions: 1.24 AcresTopography: Cleared, Rolling
Heating: Electric, Heat PumpCooling: Ceiling Fan, Heat PumpWater & Sewage: Sewer-Septic, Water-Public
Appliances: Dishwasher, Dryer, Refrigerator, Stove, Washer, Washer/Dryer Hookup


Well maintained doublewide with open floor plan and split bedroom design on permanent block foundation. Spacious living room with fireplace. Pass through kitchen with an abundance of cabinet and counter space. All appliances remain. Laundry area is off kitchen and has door leading to back deck. Delightful master with walk-in closet. Huge master bath features soaking tub, shower and double vanity. The other 2 roomy bedrooms also have walk-in closets. Nice dining area. Laminate flooring in main living areas. Kitchen and baths have vinyl flooring. Large front deck to enjoy the countryside and mountain views. Storage building. Extra-large 1.24 acre gently rolling lot in peaceful setting. Convenient location to Greeneville, Johnson City or Kingsport. Buyer and/or Buyerâs agent to verify all information.

Community Information

Area: Greene County
County: Greene
Subdivision: Tommy Campbell Farm 1
Zoning: Residential
School System
Chuckey Elementary
Chuckey Doak Middle
Chuckey Doak High


Other Rooms: Laundry Room  Fireplaces: 1 Rooms with Fireplaces: Living Room, Stone  Flooring: Laminate, Vinyl Basement & Foundation: Block Wall, Crawl Space, Piers  Other Features: Cable Ready, Garden Tub, Open Floor Plan, Walk In Closet(s), Washer/Dryer Connection, Window Treatment-Some 


Porch, Patio, Decking Detail:  Back, Deck, Front Roof: Architect Shingle Exterior Finish: Stone, Vinyl Other Exterior: Driveway-Gravel, Storage Shed, Window-Insulated


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