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1204 Winbrook Drive

Washington, IN, 47501

  • Price $324,900
  • Beds4
  • Baths3
  • Sq. Ft.3714
  • MLS #201806697
Quality Brick Home in Green Acres area. Gorgeous tree lined setting on cul-de-sac one block from golf course. Spacious rooms include living room with fireplace, dining room with bay window, family room open to kitchen, breakfast nook, office (or additional bedroom) foyer with open stairwell, 4 bedrooms including large master suite with beautiful fireplace, large jetted tub, custom tile shower with jets, total of 3 full bathrooms, full basement and walk-in attic storage room add further potential! Home also has an automatic integrated generator and sound system.

Annual Taxes: $5,854
  • # of Rooms9
  • Basement/FoundationFull Basement,Unfinished
  • CoolingCentral Air
  • FireplaceYes
  • GarageAttached
  • HeatingGas
  • Lot DescriptionLevel
  • Sale IncludesDishwasher, Refrigerator, Washer, Dryer-Electric, Range-Electric
  • SewageCity
  • StyleTwo Story
  • TownshipWashington
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