New Construction: 1557 Hwy 64, Tunas Missouri 65764

Real Estate Broker/Owner with Debbie DiFonzo - United Country VIP Realty, SW Missouri


United Country VIP RealtyNew Construction!

Find Your Freedom in Missouri at 1557 Hwy 64, Tunas MO

This two bedroom, two full bath home was recently finished and has never been lived in. The over sized country kitchen has custom cabinets, two pantries and a whole lot of counter space. All of the appliances, including a microwave, are included.

Off the kitchen is the mud room/laundry room that opens onto the back deck.

On the other side of the kitchen enjoy your living room with vaulted ceilings and lots of front windows. Two bedrooms and two full baths round out the main floor.

Head on down to your full, unfinished walk out basement. Plumed for a second bath, you can finish this space off to best suit your needs: additional bedrooms, office space, kids play room, family room - whatever you may need.

Sitting on just shy of three acres, you'll enjoy lush green grass, mature trees and lots of wildlife. Located 4 miles from Bennett Springs State Park, about 10 miles to the lake at Pomme de Terre State Park, and 5 miles to the local Mennonite coummunity, this home offers you wonderful country living with very few worries. On a hard surface road, between Buffalo and Lebanon MO the location is convenient to all amenities.

Offered for sale at $124,890
Kitchen at 1557 Hwy 64, Tunas, MO Living Room

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For more details and to arrange your showing, please call or send a quick email.

Let United Country VIP Realty help you Find Your Freedom in South Central Missouri.

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Sondra Meyer:
Star View Real Estate - Colorado Springs, CO
See It. Experience It. Live It.

Nice Kitchen cabinets.  We don't have basements in this part of Texas.  Does it run the whole lengnth of the house?  Do basements flood very often?   

Jul 15, 2008 03:20 PM #1
Debbie DiFonzo
Debbie DiFonzo - United Country VIP Realty, SW Missouri - Lebanon, MO
Lebanon MO and Buffalo Missouri Real Estate

Sondra - The basement is under the whole house; they don't have to be, but this one is. Almost doubles the square footage when complete.

I have a full basement, not a walk out, in my own home. I have never had a drop of water in it, even with the record rains here in Missouri.

Basements can certainly take on water. I sometimes see water marks in older, historical homes. The newer ones, for whatever reason, technology, more education, rarely show signs of water.

Jul 15, 2008 03:57 PM #2
Laura Cerrano
Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island - Locust Valley, NY
Certified Feng Shui Expert, Speaker & Researcher

Debbie, Three acres and a brand new home?  Does it get any better then that?  I think you'll have a quick success with this home.

Jul 15, 2008 04:06 PM #3
Cheryl Willis
RE/MAX Solutions- OZARK MISSOURI - Mount Vernon, MO
MO Broker - Mt Vernon, Monett, Aurora, Barry & Law

In our part of the state a dry basement usually means thought went into the design of the area around the home.  Walk-out basement do best and a good drainage system and slope to the yard all come into factor.  The older homes usually have a sump pump and/or just use the space for storage or storm shelter.  Ours is livable space but I have to keep a dehumidifer running in wet weather 'just in case'.  - cw

Jul 15, 2008 04:15 PM #4
Katie Reed
Nick Reed State Farm Insurance - Shawnee, KS

You may want to include the lifetime maintence free metal roof.  (As a prior insurance adjuster.......not only should this roof stand up to just about everything......but likely the new homeowner will qualify for a discount on their homeowners roof for having a metal roof)  Just a thought. 

Wishing you lots of success for a quick sale!!

Aug 23, 2008 03:41 PM #5
Quakertown, PA
e-PRO, Realtor - Bucks County PA - 610-952-3578

I love the hardwood floors.  Good luck in selling your new listing



Aug 24, 2008 03:07 AM #6
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