$ 229,900.00

  • Property ID: 40073
  • MLS #: 135736
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2.50
  • Full Baths: 2
  • Half Baths: 1
  • Year built: 1966
  • Status:
  • Listing Office: Rives S. Brown REALTOR


Have you and your family been searching for a larger home in the Forest Park Subdivision area? You may not have to look any further than this beautiful 2 story home. This 4 Bedroom, 2.5 half bath home features lots of room on three floors! The main floor has hardwood floors and a large living room that opens up to a spacious kitchen with counter and cabinetry! A large deck overlooks the backyard with entryway from the kitchen. There are 3 spacious bedrooms on the second floor with a large, shared bathroom with double sinks and tiled floor and tub. The master bathroom was remodeled a few years ago and includes a wonderful closet. The basement is a great place for the kids to congregate or for the adults to have fun as well! The backyard is a perfect place for a soccer goal .

Location Details

  • County: Henry County

Property Details

  • Location/Subdivision: Forest Park
  • Apx SqFt-Total: 3000 sq ft
  • Apx Total Acres: 0.88
  • Construction: Brick,Vinyl Siding
  • Appliances: Dryer H/U,Dishwasher,Refrigerator,Washer H/U

Property Features

  • Roof: Composition
  • Floor: Tile
  • Fuel: Gas
  • Basement: Partially Finished
  • Heat: Steam
  • Cooling: Central-Electric
  • Water: Public
  • Sewer: Public Sewer
  • Garage: None
  • Attic: Other/See Remarks
  • Fireplace: 2,Gas Logs
  • Water Heater: Electric


  • Blinds Only
  • Cable Available
  • Ceiling Fan
  • Deck
  • Level Lot
  • Paved Drive
  • Porch
  • Rods/Hardware
  • Walk-in Closet
  • Window Treatment

Courtesy of

  • Office Name: Rives S. Brown REALTOR

This style property is located in is currently and has been listed on Blue Ridge Mountain Real Estate, LLC. This property is listed at $ 229,900.00. It has 4 bedrooms, 2.50 bathrooms, and is . The property was built in 1966 year.

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