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Harker Heights

$234,900

708 Nacona Trail

Location: 708 Nacona Trail, Harker Heights 76548
Posted: 8 months ago

Another show stopping beauty by Lackmeyer Homes. This open floor plan offers lots of room and light throughout the home. The floor to ceiling fireplace, the beautifully crafted ceiling and windows over windows that flood the living area with natural light remind you of the extra touches that set this home aside as really special. The open floor plan allows for great entertaining or just a night at home with the family. The kitchen sports custom made cabinets, stainless appliances, a ten foot granite island, microwave, pot filler and tumbled stone back splash, with under counter lighting. A separate utility with sink, lots of storage,and granite counters is tucked away for convenience. The master bedroom is a sanctuary, carpeted, has crown molding and natural light. The master bath has a glass tiled wall, pedestal tub, double walk in shower with rain head and second shower head, and walk in closet again with natural light. The home has beauty, as you can see, but it also has brains, as well. The spray foam insulation will save you money now and later.

Brenda Franks

Details

  • Appliances
    • Built-in Microwave
    • Cooktop-Electric
    • Dishwasher
    • Disposal
    • Freestanding Range-Elec
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Elementary School: Nolanville
  • High School: Harker Heights
  • Middle School: Eastern Hills
  • Mls Id: 187595
  • Price: $234,900
  • School District: Killeen Independent
  • Square Feet: 2,095
  • Year: 2014

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Posted in on Tuesday, January 28, 2014 6:00 pm.
Listing ID: 124c358d-b15d-587b-8a16-df0c6ce0762d

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