5406 Quarry Stone Avenue, Billings MT 59106

Industry Observer with Howard Sumner Consulting
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5406 Quarry Stone Avenue

Everything A Family Needs!

Bedrooms: 5
Full Baths: 3
Partial Baths: 0
Sq ft: 3036
Lot Size: 7892 Sq. Ft.
Style: Split Entry
Garage: 2 Car
Heat Source: Gas
Taxes: $2781.00

Comfort, size, value and location are wrapped up in this home built in 2005 with so many special features. You will enjoy the spacious room sizes and arrangement. Many decorative touches too! Dramatic entry way with plenty of natural lighting. Open living room with carpeted flooring, recessed lighting. Custom kitchen with solid surface counter tops, pantry, oven/range, dishwasher & microwave is attractively arranged, dining area off the kitchen with door to the deck. Private master suite on the upper level with his & her closets, bath, carpeted flooring, 2 bedrooms on the main level are large & bright, both with carpeted flooring. 2 bedrooms on the lower level with carpeted flooring, large windows for plenty of natural lighting and walk-in closets. 1 bath in the master bedroom, 1 bath on the main living level, 1 bath on the lower level. Spacious family room area on the lower level with trayed ceiling, carpeted flooring. Laundry room with storage space on the lower level. Gas forced air heating, central air conditioning. Fenced and landscaped yard, 2 car attached garage with opener. This home is a wonderful gift for your family - it is an excellent opportunity to have the spaciousness you've always wanted! Call to see this home today!

Howard Sumner
Howard Sumner Real Estate
404 North 31st Street Suite 130
Billings 59101

Phone: 406-245-6890
Fax: 1-406-254-2972

Comments (2)

Corey Lee Miner
Keller Williams Salt Lake City - Salt Lake City, UT

Great looking listing.  Good luck on a smooth, quick sale.

Feb 27, 2012 11:16 PM
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Berkshire Hathaway / Prudential Ca Realty - El Cajon, CA
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Mar 01, 2012 12:14 AM