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Copperas Cove


2406 Peace Pipe Circle

Location: 2406 Peace Pipe Circle, Copperas Cove 76522
Posted: 6 months ago

Ready for immediate move-in! Beautiful four bedroom, two bath home. Fall in love as you walk through the beautiful front door, which boasts Texas pride with the Lone Star etched in the glass and showcases the wood laminate floors throughout. In the entryway you will find a hallway to your right that contains the 3 minor bedrooms and a full bath. Once back in the entryway straight ahead you will see the family room complete with a stone hearth fireplace. The master bedroom is found off the back right of the family room and leads to the master bath, where a garden tub and stand up shower are located. Two ceramic tiled dining areas, one on either side of the kitchen, make for terrific choices throughout the meals of the day. Stainless steel appliances compliment the light oak color of the cabinets as well as the trim on the breakfast bar. Pets on owner approval with applicable fees/deposits. No Pit Bull, Rottweiler, Doberman, Chow, or any canines mixed with these breeds. Housing assistance is not accepted and gas service is not required at this home.


  • Appliances
    • Dishwasher
    • Disposal
    • Freestanding Range-Elec
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Elementary School: J.L. Williams/Lovett Ledger
  • High School: Copperas Cove
  • Middle School: S.C.Lee
  • Price: $1,295
  • School District: Copperas Cove Independent
  • Square Feet: 2,436


Posted in on Thursday, October 3, 2013 7:00 pm.
Listing ID: aed6219e-25c4-5eed-a5a6-c69a2acb2b99

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