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588 S Cathy Drive

Princeton, IN, 47670

  • Price $265,950
  • Beds4
  • Baths212
  • Sq. Ft.2645
  • MLS #202005675
Proposed construction and being built by one of the areas premier builders- Reinbrecht Homes, in Princeton's newest subdivision, White Church Crossing. Pick your colors and styles for this two story home with four bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, large 12 x 17 bonus room and two car attached garage. This home has 2,645 square feet of space and the base price, with the lot, is under $100 per square ft. The parcel number and taxes will change once the lots are assessed individually. The photo is similar but not exact, depending on buyers choices of colors, exterior and upgrades, etc.
Bedrooms
4
Style
Two Story
Bathrooms
212
County
Gibson County
Lot Size
0.0000
Year Built
2020
Water
City
Sewer
City
Sq, ft. finished
2,645sq. ft (approx)
Sq, ft. total
2645sq. ft (approx)
Garage
Yes - 2.0 car
Subdivision
White Church Crossing
Flooring
Carpet,Laminate
Cooling
Central Air
Heating
Forced Air
Basement
Slab
Fireplaces
0 - None
Exterior
Brick,Vinyl
Roof
Composite
Fence
None
Annual Taxes
0.00
Association Dues
0.00
Dishwasher,Microwave,Refrigerator,Range-Electric
District
North Gibson School Corp.
Elementary
Princeton
Middle School
Princeton
High School
Princeton
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Listing Data updated: February 25, 2021, 12:40 am
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