Apple Realty and Auction

300 Highland, Jonesborough, TN 37659

3 Bedrooms, 2 Full Baths, 1 Partial Bath – 1 Story, Split Foyer  Stories: 1
FOR SALE – An offer has been accepted, waiting to close
Price: $169,900  Price Per SqFt: $88.95  List Date: 2019-09-28  DOM:  15
City Tax: $0 County Tax: $772
Year Built: 1978 

Finished: 1,910 ft² (1,286 ft² on main level + 624 ft² in basement) 

Garage: 576 ft²

Lot Dimensions: 100 X 323.02 IRRTopography: Level, Sloping
Heating: Heat PumpCooling: Heat PumpWater & Sewage: Sewer-Septic, Water-Public
Appliances: Dishwasher, Microwave, Range-Electric, Refrigerator


Beautiful split foyer home in quiet neighborhood. This 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home has so much to offer! Spacious living room, dining area, updated kitchen, updated bathrooms, newer carpet, flooring, paint and more! Large Master Bedroom with ensuite. Two additional bedrooms are ample size. Lower level offers a great space to entertain and relax in front of the fireplace. Additional half bath and laundry room located on lower level. Partially covered deck off Dining area overlooking the lovely fenced-in back yard. This home will not last long! Buyer/Buyers Agent to verify all information.

Community Information

Area: Sulph Spr, Fall Brch, Harmny, E
County: Washington-tn
Subdivision: Sulphur Springs Heights
Zoning: Residential
School System
Sulphur Springs Elementary
Sulphur Springs Middle
Daniel Boone High


Other Rooms: Laundry Room, Master Bath, Master Bedroom, Rec Room  Fireplaces: 1 Rooms with Fireplaces: Basement, Den/Study  Flooring: Carpet, Ceramic, Hardwood Basement & Foundation: Entrance-Inside, Entrance-Outside, Finished  Other Features: Cable Ready, Counters-Laminate, Foyer, Garage Door Opener(s), Kitchen Island, Master BR on Main, Remodeled, Washer/Dryer Connection 


Porch, Patio, Decking Detail:  Back, Covered, Deck Roof: Architect Shingle Exterior Finish: Frame, Stone Garage: 1 Car Drive Under Other Exterior: Driveway-Asphalt, Fenced Yard, Landscaped, Sidewalk


Listing by Coldwell Banker/security Real Estate
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