House for sale in grande prairie, ab - $239900



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Welcome home! with a recent interior overhaul that included new flooring, paint, light fixtures, kitchen cabinet doors and countertops as well as a full basement development, including a bxcellent washroom, all you need to do is unpack and enjoy! the perfect place to start a family, raise a couple kids or just enjoy all to yourself, this half duplex is completely finished with 2 bedrooms up, 2 down, 2 washrooms, a finished laundry room and of course, plenty of common living space. ideally located on a bus route and backing onto green space between 2 schools and a park, this place really is a gem hidden in plain sight. call your real estate professional and book your own personal viewing today! brokered and advertised by: royal lepage - the realty group listing agent: jeffrey warkentin view this listing on the agent s site legal description: lot:9 blk:36 plan: 042 4456




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239900.00 C$
Canada, Alberta
Grande Prairie,
7838 Mission Heights Drive

Published: December 1, 2016
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