Home for sale by owner in Naples for sale in Naples, FL

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This beautiful home was in escrow and due to close 3117, but the buyers bank pulled the funding. It was in escrow for much MORE than our asking price, but we are not using a realtor this time and we are passing the savings along to the buyer. You make an offer that is accepted and a real estate attorney does the rest....easy as pie. So give me a call and come on by anytime. Our house is always open. We just need time to put the dogs in the yard.Beautiful GGE home with lots of curb appeal. Beautifully remodeled with the homeowner in mind. Sits on 1.14 acres with lots of room for a pool, RV or boat storage with access to back on right side of property. Vaulted ceilings, open floor plan, 18 tile set on the diagonal with custom inlaid touches throughout, screened in lanai, fenced back yard. HardiBoard cement siding makes the home almost invincible to fire and termites. Cabinets in extra deep garage stay with home. You have to see this cute home to appreciate the details. Take advantage of unprecedented ACCESS to the seller Call, text or email Diane, to schedule a private showing, ask for information, etc. With a 30 minute notice to put the dogs out you can stop by anytime to view our home, or come to an open house held most weekends. Check the listing for dates and times. Call or text 239.595.1645 or email to deagercenturylink.net.
beycome.com Listing ID: bey4348.
You can contact the owner directly at: 844-799-7886, ext: 4348.
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Contact beycome.com the #1 for sale by owner (FSBO) and For rent by owner (FRBO) at 844.239.2663 if you have questions.

  • Price: $249,950
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Square Feet: 1,026

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