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2 Brady Lane

Washington, IN, 47501

  • Price $357,000
  • Beds3
  • Baths312
  • Sq. Ft.4409
  • MLS #201741889
Great location! As you enter this gorgeous 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath brick home you see the fabulous 2-story foyer with open staircase. Also includes large living room, huge kitchen with island, dining room, family room with brick fireplace and two French doors out to pool area, den with built-ins and French door overlooking the pool, master bedroom with master bath and walk-in closet with built-ins, 2 additional bedrooms with convenient Jack and Jill bath, laundry room with built-in cabinetry, large walk up basement for storage or additional living space, 2 1/2 car garage, and inground pool.

Annual Taxes: $3,777
  • # of Rooms8
  • Amenities1st Bdrm En Suite, Ceiling-9+,Closet(s) Walk-in, Crown Molding, Eat-In Kitchen, Jet Tub, Kitchen Island, Main Floor Laundry
  • Basement/FoundationCrawl,Partial Basement
  • CoolingCentral Air
  • FireplaceYes
  • FlooringCarpet,Ceramic Tile
  • GarageAttached
  • HeatingGas,Forced Air
  • Lot DescriptionCul-De-Sac
  • Sale IncludesDishwasher, Microwave, Refrigerator, Window Treatments, Cooktop-Electric, Oven-Built-In
  • SewageCity
  • StyleTwo Story
  • TownshipWashington
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      Fax: (812) 882-8777

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