Phoenix Home for Sale with 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms listed by Realtors Ron and Kristina Wilczek.
Great home on private yet accessible cul-de-sac with lots of extra parking and charm. Beautiful stone elevation and front porch lead to decorative tile inlay and 18” tile throughout common areas. New carpet in all bedrooms and living room. This home is perfect for families with it’s large and open floor plan, vaulted ceilings, and 4 bedrooms. Breakfast bar and dining area create a wonderful place for family meals. You’ll love the decorator plant shelves for creating your personal touches.
The backyard is a perfect compliment to the house extending the entertaining area to under a large patio, then to a stone faced fire pit and extensive sitting area. This lovely home is also 400 feet from Laveen Village Park with a water play feature, basketball, volleyball, children’s play sets and more.
Phoenix Home for Sale
3221 W. Shumway Farm Rd, Phoenix AZ 85041
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- 2,071 square feet built in 2003
- 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms
- Breakfast bar, eat in kitchen, and dining area in living room
- New carpet
- 18″ tile in all common areas
- Stone faced entertainment area in the backyard
- 400 feet from City of Phoenix park with child recreation area (including water feature)
Phoenix Home for Sale
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