1.25 Acres with Home, Pool, and Dead-End Road

Nowata County Oklahoma
$325,000
1.25+/- Acres

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Property Information

ID: 23449
Status: Available
Price: $325,000
Acres: 1.25 +/-
Address: 2815 Patty LN
City, State: South Coffeyville, Oklahoma
County: Nowata
ZIP Code: 74072
Presented By: Matt Wonser
Taxes: $1,744
Dwelling Sq Ft: 2,257
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2

Description

Step into wonderful Oklahoma living! This Home features 2,257 sq. ft. of living space including 3 Bed/ 2 Baths on 1.25+/- acres with a pool and barn. Driving on a paved road you will be lead to the little community outside the city limits of South Coffeyville. The home sits at the end of a dead-end road with a paved drive. Beautiful brick exterior wraps around the entire home leading to low maintenance. Entering the through the front door leads you into a vaulted ceiling living room which gives away to a formal dining room and kitchen on the north. The master bedroom is extra spacious and features a trey ceiling. Attached master bathroom with full tub, separate shower, double sinks, and walk-in closet. On the opposite end of the home is 2 additional bedrooms with a full bathroom. The attached 2 car garage is convenient in the Oklahoma weather. Outside the back living room door is a large cement entertainment pad and in-ground pool measuring 16x32'!  The pool was used this year and recently shut down. Liner was replaced last year and is fully functional and ready for next year! But wait, the property doesn't stop there! It has 1.25+/- acres that comes with it. A large barn sits along the back property line to the west. This property has lots of outside entertainment options. Contact Matt Wonser at 620-330-7282 or mwonser@mossyoakproperties.com to set up a showing!


  • Built in 2006
  • 2,257 sq.ft.
  • 1.25+/- acres
  • Inground pool - Saltwater
  • Barn
  • Large yard
  • Paved road 

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