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258 Hampton Estates Dr Lexington, NC 27295

$225,900 - For Sale
House, 3 Beds, 2 Full Baths, 27,007 sf Lot

Open, Airy & Tons of Beautiful Sunlight greet you at the front door! Huge back yard is mostly fenced and the back porch is a true escape! Open floor plan with vaulted ceiling, kitchen has breakfast bar and eat-in area. Bedroom suite with double vanity, garden tub, separate shower and walk-in closet. Bonus room over the garage has no closet but would make a great guest bedroom, at home office or teen/flex space! Loads of closet storage, plus eve storage in bonus room and closet in garage. Workbench and outbuilding to convey. PLEASE SUBMIT HIGHEST & BEST OFFERS IN WRITING BY MONDAY 5/24 AT NOON.

Listing courtesy of:
Amanda Bailey Hamby
Realty One Group Results
License: 186925
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$225,900 For Sale

MLS #: 1024469
Status: Active
Type: Residential - Single Family Home

Home Attributes
Floor Coverings: Vinyl, Tile, Carpet
Heating Fuel: Electric; Parking Type: Attached Garage; Heating System: Heat Pump, Fireplace; Features: Vaulted Ceiling, Porch, Garden, Fireplace, Ceiling Fan, Attic; Exterior Types: Vinyl Siding, Brick; Cooling System: Central A/C; Appliances: Range, Oven, Dishwasher
Presented by: Amanda Bailey Hamby Realty One Group Results (336) 262-3111 Id: Listhub_3yd-TRIADNC-1024469
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