IMMACULATE SNOHOMISH RAMBLER HOME FOR SALE ON .59 ACRE LOT IN TROMBLEY HILL

Immaculate Trombley Hill Snohomish Rambler home for saleSoldOpen House: Saturday July 17 & Sunday July 18 12:00 - 3:00 pm

At the end of a cul-de-sac in the Trombley Hills neighborhood sitting proudly on a .59 acre tree lined lot is this immaculate rambler. Enter into the skylight sun soaked family room greeted by brand new carpet and paint as you flow into the living room, large kitchen, dining area & utility room. Vinyl slider leads out to the deck where you can gaze upon your huge multi-use backyard with shed, mature fruit trees and no neighbors in site. Head down the hall to your updated 4 piece bathroom with tile floor, master & 2 additional bedrooms.  Updated heating units, light fixtures, blinds, faucets & new exterior paint.  Tons of parking including street parking & room for RV & Boat.  South facing front porch perfect for enjoying your favorite beverage.

Price:$539,888 USD
Address:17903 117th St Se
City:Snohomish
State:WA
Zip Code:98290
Subdivision:Trombley Hill
MLS:1805805
Year Built:1970
Floors:1
Square Feet:1344
Acres:.59
Lot Square Feet:25700
Bedrooms:3
Bathrooms:1

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