3 bedroom 2 bathroom homes for sale in Gilbert AZ listed by Gilbert realtors Ron and Kristina Wilczek.
We are proud to present this recently renovated home in a fantastic Gilbert location close to freeways, shopping, entertainment, a community park, a hospital, and the Gilbert Temple!
Walk through a courtyard and into this charming 3 bedroom 2 bathroom home for sale in Gilbert AZ that’s ready for the owner who can appreciate newly installed, upgraded granite counter tops and travertine-like porcelain flooring with 1/8” grout lines that adds to it’s beauty. Enjoy the spaciousness of the 9 foot ceilings and great room, custom paint in warm tones, and upgraded light fixtures as you visualize this as your home. Garage has window panels and an exit to the side year.
The yard for this 3 bedroom 2 bathroom home for sale in Gilbert AZ is virtually maintenance free and a sizable storage shed is in the backyard. Let the pictures do the talking, come have a personal look, then send us an offer. Buyer to verify schools.
4334 E. Megan, Gilbert, AZ 85295
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- 1,359 square feet built in 2002
- 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 car garage with backyard walkout
- New granite countertops
- New 18′ tile
- 9 foot ceilings
- No homes behind
Phoenix Housing Tracker statistics and market conditions
Here are some Gilbert highlights as found on the official Gilbert website, Gilbertaz.gov. Be part of the Gilbert Community by buying this 3 bedroom 2 bathroom homes for sale in Gilbert AZ.
- Gilbert is a young, affluent community in central Arizona
Incorporated on July 6, 1920
- Gilbert is a relatively new community that has seen tremendous growth during the past two decades
- The 2009 Gilbert Community Profile provides a broad overview of this growing town and metropolitan area, including demo-graphics, business resources, and community resources. It is an excellent reference for businesses and residents alike.
- In 1902, the Arizona Eastern Railway asked for donations of right of way in order to establish a rail line between Phoenix and Florence. A rail siding was established on property owned by William “Bobby” Gilbert. The siding, and the town that sprung up around it, eventually became known as Gilbert.