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Harker Heights

$194,900

506 Saunooke Street

Location: 506 Saunooke Street, Harker Heights 76548
Posted: 4 months ago

Upgraded to perfection, this custom beauty includes the following owner upgrades: energy efficient double pane windows, light fixtures and professional landscaping. Just four blocks from Skipcha Mountain Elementary, this home is perched on a quiet street with minimal traffic and friendly neighbors. The functional floorplan includes a living and family room which both enjoy the lovely 2-sided fireplace. Archways lead to the formal dining room with crown molding and chair railing. Cook like a pro in the kitchen with granite counters, stainless steel appliances, tile floor and backpslash and a breakfast bar. The sun shines in to brighten the attached breakfast area with bay window. A true retreat, the ownerâs suite has a step-up ceiling in the bedroom and a jetted tub with separate shower, 2 walk-in closets and separate vanities in the bath. Large master bathroom with two marble vanities, corner garden tub with jacuzzi jets, two walk-in closets and separate shower. Additional amenities include 2â wood blinds throughout, covered patio with ceiling fan, utility sink and remote garage door opener in the garage and a security system.

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Details

  • Appliances: Cooktop-Electric
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Elementary School: Skipcha
  • High School: Harker Heights
  • Middle School: Union Grove
  • Mls Id: 189470
  • Price: $194,900
  • School District: Killeen Independent
  • Square Feet: 1,982
  • Year: 2007

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Posted in on Monday, May 5, 2014 7:00 pm.
Listing ID: bc7d5706-7535-57dd-b838-8a41482de661

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