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:


Fireplaces 1

Heating: Baseboard
Source Electric

Floor Type: Hardwood, Wall to Wall Carpet

Basement:
None


Exterior Features Include:

Fenced-Fully

Acreage: 0.4100 Acres

Lot:
Description Paved Street
View Ocean
Square Feet 18020

Roof: Composition

Exterior:
Foundation Post & Pillar, Wood

Garage/Parking:
Parking Garage-Detached

Garage Capacity: 1

Other Features Include:

Subdivision: Klipsan

Inclusions: Dryer, Range/Oven, Refrigerator, Washer

Water: Public

Sewer: Septic


Home Owner Dues 0
Community Name Klipsan
Community Features Community Waterfront/Pvt Beach
View Ocean


School District: OCB

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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