1090 Falling Water Se Drive, Smyrna, GA 30080

$211,000
2
BD
2
BA
1,232
SqFt
Sold Price
$211,000
List Price
$225,000
Closing Date
Nov 09, 2023
MLS#
7276931
Status
CLOSED
Type
Condo
Subtype
Townhouse
Bedrooms
2
Bathrooms
2
Square Footage
1,232
Lot Size
0.0689
Subdivision
Falling Water
Building Name
Falling Water
Basement Description
None

Property Description

Back on the market at no fault to the seller - Don't miss out on this great 2 BR townhome located just 1 mile from the Battery and Truist Park. All brand new plumbing, fresh paint, and shiny wood laminate floors. Fantastic affordable opportunity for residential living close to I-75, I-285, restaurants, shopping, etc. And, an amazing opportunity for investors looking for their next quality deal. Don't wait on this one...reach out to us today!

Additional Information

Style
Townhouse
Stories
Two
Construction
Wood Siding
Year Built
1983
Neighborhood Amenities
Near Schools, Near Shopping, Near Trails/Greenway, Park, Restaurant, Street Lights
Kitchen Features
Cabinets White, View to Family Room
Interior
Vaulted Ceiling(s)
Fireplaces
1
Exterior
Private Front Entry, Private Yard
Roof
Composition
Lot Dimensions
x
Parking
Assigned
Lot Desc
Back Yard
Water
Public
Sewer
Public Sewer
Elementary School
Argyle
Middle School
Campbell
High School
Campbell
Acres
0.07
Levels
Two
Taxes
$1,877

Listing courtesy of EXP Realty, LLC.. Selling Office: Dorsey Alston Realtors.

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