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16 Cardinal Crest The Lakes At Countrywood (Plant City, Florida, US - 33565) Built

$7,500
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Central Florida Mobile Home Sales, Inc.

Mary Ann Sloan Mary Ann Sloan 813-966-2064 (Office) Request More Info

  • Priced to Sell
  • Type: Residential
  • Style: Single Story
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Size: 650 sq. ft.
  • Development Level: Built
  • Year Built: 1987

Description

This home is priced to sell. Call Mary Ann for a viewing.

This 1987, 2 bedroom, 1 bath home is located in the 55+ community of The Lakes at Countrywood.
This is an active senior (55+) gated community with a wonderful pool, hot-tub, tennis courts, pickle ball courts, shuffleboard courts, golf courses, and a club house - to include a library, billiards room, full amenities kitchen and a large nicely decorated banquet room. Numerous activities occur weekly such as golf-leagues, bingo, line-dancing, karaoke, water aerobics, and quilters club - just to name a few.
This home sits on a great lake-front lot. The perfect place for cookouts or roasting marshmallows at night. One of few homes that has a perfect view of the bird sanctuary located within the park. Just amazing from dusk to dawn. Assume the lot rent of $584 through the end of the year. Present market value lot rent is $655.
This home is 14'x44'. It comes unfurnished with a Florida room and 2 sheds for extra storage.
The one bath has a full tub and shower and is conveniently located near the master bedroom. The second bedroom would make a sunny office area or crafts room. The kitchen/living room is open.
This is a nice home in a great park. With a little cosmetic work, you can be in your own sweet home for a great price.
This home is priced to sell and won't last long. Make an offer today.

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