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1880's farmhouse sits on a HUGE plot... for sale in Saint Louis, MO

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1880's farmhouse sits on a HUGE plot of soil!
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Location: Bevo
OPEN Sunday 3/11 1-3pm. This little 1880's farmhouse sits on a HUGE plot of soil; perfect for those wanting to create their own urban garden, keep bees, raise chickens, tiny humans, you get the picture. It sits faaarrrrr back off the street for a peaceful, country-like feel. Super long driveway (another rare feature in the City) easily accommodates up to five cars. During the owner's six years of ownership, he's done lots of nice updates you'll appreciate; mostly theawesome eat-in kitchen not usually found in homes in this price range. He went all out with the natural stone tops, stainless appliances & big center island. There's one smaller bedroom on the main floor (would actually be a really awesome office) & full bath. Upstairs you'll find two good-sized bedrooms with great closet space. Newer roof & windows make this a really awesome, low-maintenance, won't-make-you-house-poor kind of home. Come check it out today before someoneelse snarfs it up!

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Pricing
Price: $95,000
Property Location
3952 Walsh
St Louis, MO 63116
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Features
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1
Parking Spaces: 5
Year Built: 1880
Agent Name: Jenifer Garcia
Broker: Garcia Properties
Appliances
Range/Oven
Dishwasher
Microwave
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  • Price: $95,000
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1

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