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202 N Liveoak

$106,000 San Saba, Texas 76877
  • 1 Acres

Property Description

What a Bargain!! Clean and comfortable, well-maintained frame home built probably in the 1950s has a metal roof installed about 2 years ago. The home has received some updates including energy efficient windows and nice interior paint and the original oak floors are a bonus. The floor plan includes a large living room, 2 bedrooms that share a hall bathroom and a 3rd bedroom (made by enclosing what was originally the garage), a 2nd bathroom, dine-in kitchen, and large utility room with washer/dryer hook-ups. Central heat and air conditioning keep the house comfortable. A carport is attached and a storage shed is just steps away. A large play area for kids and pets is enclosed in a fence. There are several mature pecan trees to provide shade and a row of fruit trees along the north property line should bear fruit for many years to come. The adjoining property (607 E. Brown) is completely shaded by large pecan trees. There is an old abandoned house currently used for storage located on this property but is not in livable condition and should probably be torn down. Together these properties include more than an acre of land and at this price is a real bargain buy. Come see for yourself!

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