Great Chandler real estate deal at $180,000

Chandler Real Estate Investments:

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One of the best deals for houses for sale in Chandler AZ. Popular upscale golf and lake community of Ocotillo just minutes from 3 freeways. NOT A FORCLOSURE SALE! Private backyard with no 2-story homes behind! Decorator paint in neutral colors, maple cabinets, tile floors in kitchen and all walkways, tile kitchen bath counters, wood laminate flooring in family room. 2′ wood blinds, pewter door knobs upgraded lighting, fans in all rooms, Professional landscape front back with saltillo tile patio and concrete walkways. FURNITURE MAY CONVEY WITH SEPARATE BILL OF SALE.

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  • $180,000
  • 1,800 square feet built in 1996
  • 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 car garage
  • Tiled counter tops
  • 23′ x 15′ living room
  • 16′ x 15′ family room
  • 17′ x 14′ Master bedroom with walk-in closet

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From the Ocotillo HOA website, oca-az.com

The Ocotillo lakes are balanced biologically, through the use of specific breeds of fish, such as tilapia, grass carp (White Amur), small mouth bass, catfish, bluegills, and goldfish. These fish are self-sustaining and require little to no outside assistance. The only fish that require regular stocking is the grass carp. Due to their rapid reproductive rate, the State requires that this type of fish be genetically altered so as not to overwhelm the lake and canal systems with their capacity for over breeding.
All other fish thrive on the grass and plant materials that are found in any freshwater lake. Tilapia, normally an aggressive breeder, tend to die off in colder weather, usually when the ambient lake temperature drops below 70 degrees Fahrenheit. This typically occurs from mid-December through February. These fish keep the lakes free of debris and are an excellent food source for all manner of aquatic fowl, from the small black coot to the large blue heron. In addition, Ocotillo also enjoys ducks, geese, sandpipers, tern and an occasional pelican.