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Residence with covered RV parking, attic and storage area in beautiful east Texas at Bass Lake Christian Retirement Community.

 

$165,000. $159,000

 

Located approximately 25 miles west of Tyler, TX and 85 miles east of Dallas, TX.

 

Built in 2014 (completed July 2014)

 

Living area has 900 square feet with the following amenities:

1 bedroom

1 bath

Large walk-in shower

Walk in closet with 2 built in chest of drawers

Dual fuel stove/oven (cook top is propane; oven is electric)

Washer/dryer hook-ups with overhead storage

Large walk-in pantry

Wood floor in living and dining area

Tile floor in kitchen, bathroom and hall/laundry

Carpet in bedroom and closet

Granite counter top in kitchen with stainless steel sink

9 foot ceilings with fans in bedroom and living room

Tankless water heater

 

Separate 10’ x 12’ storage room (currently used as a sewing room)

 

Attic covers the living area, storage room and walkway between the two, providing approximately 1,200 square feet of area. Some of the area is taken up with A/C ducting and the slope of the roof. Much of it is usable and open.

 

A/C and heat are piped into the storage area and the attic.

 

WeBoost cell / data signal booster installed for better cell and data reception inside the metal building.

 

Covered RV parking with full hook-ups including 30 and 50 amp. (The picture shows a 30’ 5th wheel parked in the RV area.)

 

Additional pictures can be viewed at:

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/8ij4l0fiol0th3s/AACvRLuOhrOB_slcjHHw8F1Ua?dl=0

 

 

 

 

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Edited by legalpoodle

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I just have to ask about the porta-pottie at the left edge of the thumbnail. Not that I think there is anything wrong with that. :)

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I just have to ask about the porta-pottie at the left edge of the thumbnail. Not that I think there is anything wrong with that. :)

That belonged to the construction crew who were building the house directly behind this one at the time the picture was taken... But it is never a bad thing to have a plan b!

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