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

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We updated this house thinking it was our last move. After purchase we had popcorn ceilings removed and re plastered with a knock down finish. Replaced all the kitchen cabinets with quiet self closing doors and drawers and granite countertop and tile back splash. Deep stainless sink and Moen faucets through out. All the windows were replaced by Window world double pane with low E and 3 M film on the street side of the house. New blinds an all windows. New Whirlpool Gold appliances, stove with convection oven stainless lined dishwasher. The washer dryer also Whirlpool front loading on pedestals. Bathrooms were redone with new tile showers and matching floors, clear shower doors and granite counter tops. Front door and garage door have leaded glass inserts. Lanai has new stucco finish on walls tile floor. Front porch is tiles, new white screens in garage screen door, central vac system, sky lights in kitchen, lever door handles an all doors, utility sink in garage in cabinet with tile back splash. Laminate floor in dining area family room. Linoleum garage floor covering. The house will be available for closing Sept. 25th 2018. We are packing but will gladly show the house to serious buyers.
beycome.com Listing ID: bey11051.
You can contact the owner directly at: 844-799-7886, ext: 11051.
For more information and pictures visit the listing page or enter the listing ID bey11051 in https://www.beycome.com.
Contact beycome.com the #1 for sale by owner (FSBO) and For rent by owner (FRBO) at 844.239.2663 if you have questions.

  • Price: $165,000
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Square Feet: 2,000

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