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$135,000 :: 52141 NAUGATUCK, Macomb Twp MI, 48042

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2 beds, 2 full baths
Home size: 1,541 sq ft
Lot Size: 0 sq ft
Added: 08/06/14, Last Updated: 08/06/14
Property Type: Condo
MLS Number: 214081163
Community: Macomb Twp
Tract: ABERDEEN AT HARTFORD CONDO
Status: Active

UPDATES THROUGHOUT IN THIS BEAUTIFUL SECOND FLOOR RANCH STYLE CONDO. HARDWOOD FLOORING, GRANITE IN KITCHEN, VAULTED CEILING IN GREAT ROOM WITH FIREPLACE, BALCONY, ATTACHED GARAGE AND MORE! LIKE VACATION LIVING SINCE ASSOCIATION BOASTS POOL, TENNIS COURTS & CLUB HOUSE! EASY SHOW & SELL, CALL FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT TODAY.

Listed with Premier Property Services LLC


Brought to you by Janet Hull and Thomas Bush, Real Estate One, Inc.. Call me today at 1-855-Janet-Tom, or visit my website at www.JanetandThomas.com!


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