Mark & Sheryl Mullins
AgencyOne
13500 Bel Red Rd., Bellevue
Bellevue, WA 98005
Cell:(425) 330-7707
Email:Sheryl@BestOfSeattleHomes.com.
 
 
DescriptionInterior & Exterior Features

Interior Features Include:

No Information Available.

Exterior Features Include:

Fenced-Partially, Outbuilding(s)

Acreage: 10.4400 Acres

Lot:
Description Dead End Street, Paved Street, Secluded
Landscape Level, Rolling, See Remarks, Sloped
Square Feet 454767

Other Features Include:

Subdivision: Des Moines

Water: On Property

Sewer: On Property


View Mountain, See Remarks, Sound, Territorial
Community Name Des Moines
Community Features Gated Entry
Electricity Exempt
Gas Available Available
Tax Amount 7279
Property Features On Property, Evergreens, Partially Cleared
Improvements Fenced-Partially, Outbuilding(s)


School District: FED

This Listing is Presented By
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The Mullins Team

AgencyONE

Cell: (425) 330-7707

Work: (425) 330-7707

Email: bestofseattlehomes@gmail.com

 
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