951 N NORFOLK ST Mesa AZ 85205

Dated: 07/14/2015

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Must See! 4 Bed/2.5 Bath located at GREENFIELD & BROWN listed at $455,000

Absolutely gorgeous home with meticulous desert landscape and move-in ready. Tastefully designed home with soaring ceiling, upgraded lighting, beautiful ceramic tile floor, large windows, and designer color palette. Open concept floor plan, French Doors to patio, and double door entry to Den with laminate wood floor. Fantastic chefs kitchen features breakfast bar, center island, corian countertops, SS appliances, plant shelves, and wood cabinetry. Bright and cheery breakfast area with french doors to patio. Cozy tiled fireplace, plush neutral carpet, and lots of natural light in family room. Upscale bathrooms with designer cabinets and fixtures. All bedrooms are spacious with plenty of closets. Office/den.

Master suite has huge walk-in closet, patio access, & private en suite... Stunning backyard boasts refreshing pool, mature citrus trees, lush green grass, Trellis covered built-in BBQ, refreshing pool, and covered tile patio. Fantastic outdoor space for relaxing or entertaining. Additional garage behind the RV gate.

Contact me with any addition questions, I'm happy to help in any way I can. 

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Kathy Bliss Porter

Solutions Real Estate

(480) 220-7545

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