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Sold on August 4, 2021

5492 Hickory View Drive, Hamburg, MI 48189

$366,476
Sq. Ft. 1,752 Beds 3 Full Baths 2 Yr Built 2020

FOR COMPARABLE USE ONLY. Distinguished, striking, contemporary style ranch nestled in the ever-scenic Mystic Ridge community in Hamburg Township. Featuring a spacious, open floor plan, this home is highlighted with striking accents including recessed lighting, 9ft ceilings throughout, smart home technology, and maple engineered hardwood flooring. Boundless kitchen features granite countertops, extra-wide center island and breakfast bar, 42” Merillat cabinetry with crown molding overlooks large great room/dining combo accented with an abundance of natural lighting. Entry level primary bedroom features an ample walk-in closet and attached bathroom with tiled walk-in shower. Two additional ample bedrooms featured with a full bathroom with tub/shower combo. Entry level laundry. Attached 2-car garage. 1-year Builder’s Warranty. Photos are of a previously built home.

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Listing Info MLS# 3282444

Status
Sold
Listed On
August 4, 2021
Sold On
August 4, 2021
Days on Mkt
0 Days
Price
$366,476
HOA Fee
$450.00
Square Feet
1,752 Sq Ft
Bed
3 Bedrooms
Bath
2 Full / 0 Half
Type
Single Family Home
Style
1 Story Rnch 1st Flr
Year Built
2020
Acres
0.27
Basement
Egress, Full
Garage
Attached, Electric, Door Opener
Appliances
Disposal
Interior
Primary Bath, Sump Pump
Exterior
Cable Available, Porch
City
Hamburg, MI
Zip
48189
County
Livingston

School Information

District Dexter
Elementary School Dexter
Middle School Dexter
High School Dexter

Property Taxes and Assessment

Year 2020
Winter Tax $628
Summer Tax $253
Total Tax $881
Assessment $27,000

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Listing courtesy of Norfolk Realty Limited

IDX listing data provided by and Copyright © Ann Arbor Area Board of Realtors Multiple Listing Service.

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