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Sold on January 1, 1970

2622 Eastlawn Avenue, Ypsilanti, MI 48197

$300,000
Sq. Ft. 984 Beds 3 Full Baths 2 Yr Built 1987

Beautiful, 3 bedroom, 2 bath bi-level in Ypsilanti Township’s Westlawn neighborhood has been meticulously maintained and updated. Large, open updated kitchen with granite and newer appliances. Oversized living room has plenty of natural light and provides elevated views of the neighborhood. The adjacent dining room opens up to the oversized back deck, providing you with additional dining and living space. Step outside and take in the view of the extra deep back yard, complete with beautiful flowering trees and storage shed. Three bedrooms and one completely updated bathroom complete the upper level. Newer vinyl windows, luxury vinyl flooring and flush-mount LED lighting throughout the home. The entire home has been freshly painted, Lower level family room with full bath and electric fireplace. Laundry room with new pedestal washer and dryer. Oversized garage with built-in cabinets and workspace and service door directly to the back yard.

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Listing Info MLS# 24020890

Status
Sold
Listed On
April 30, 2024
Sold On
January 1, 1970
Days on Mkt
-19843 Days
Price
$300,000
Square Feet
984 Sq Ft
Bed
3 Bedrooms
Bath
2 Full / Half
Type
Single Family Home
Style
Bi-Level
Year Built
1987
Acres
0.18
Basement
Full
Garage
Has Garage: Yes. Attached Garage: No. Garage Spaces: 2.
Appliances
Dryer, Washer, Disposal, Dishwasher, Microwave, Oven, Range, Refrigerator
Interior
Garage Door Opener
Exterior
Balcony, Fenced Back, Porch(es), Deck(s)
City
Ypsilanti, MI
Zip
48197
County
Washtenaw

School Information

District Ypsilanti

Property Taxes and Assessment

Year 2023
Total Tax $2,614
Assessment $55,840
Listing courtesy of Howard Hanna

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