Some Things are Meant to Be

SeaTac Starter Home

Sometimes things are meant to be. This 2 bedroom, 1 bath home went under contract quickly as many do in todays market. Then the buyers got bad advice and cold feet.  Now, your opportunity awaits.

Built in 1954, using old growth lumber this home was updated in 2014 with a new kitchen, bath & roof. Later in 2015 real hardwood floors were added. 

830 square feet on an 8000 square foot lot, this home is close to a bus stop and about 1 mile to the Angle Lake bus & light rail station.  With a fully fenced backyard, you can play, garden or entertain. 

I don’t think this will last much longer, so schedule a tour as soon as you can.  Maybe this one is meant for you. 

Offered for $300,000                                        NWMLS#1275514                      20118 12th Pl S, Seatac WA 98198

Updated Kitchen 

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Dan Tabit       206-310-8629    425-868-SOLD(7653)  DanTabit@Northstone.net

One stop Real Estate & Mortgage Services Serving Sammamish, Issaquah, Redmond, Bellevue, Mercer Island and the greater Seattle area.  

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