143 English Ivy Lane

Mooresville, NC 28117

$415,000 price



2,755approx. sq ft


Nestled in this single lane (low tax $2,147-low HOA $250/year) cul-de-sac community is a pre-inspected home completed 6/19, all brick 2 story Tom Fortee/Pride built home of 3 beds, 2 baths and a bonus room with walk in closet that offers plenty of space to accommodate king size bed furnishings. All of the many windows throughout this home have plantation shutters installed to allow natural sunlight as is preferred to most home seekers (costs $200-$350 per window).This Stonegate home has a fenced in back yard extending well beyond the tree line allowing privacy while enjoying time spent on the rear deck with new flooring boards replaced 6/19. The well pump replaced 2017 (this home's private well in located in the front yard of the adjacent property via easement at 145 English Ivy .Natural gas line available to tap into, microwave 7/19, dishwasher 2013, main level carpet 2018. Appraisal completed 6/19. Quote on hand for hardwood refinishing-allowable before closing.

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interior features

  • Vaulted Ceiling
  • Breakfast Bar
  • Garden Tub
  • Pantry
  • Tray Ceiling
  • Walk-In Closet(s)
  • Window Treatments

exterior features

  • Fenced Yard
  • In-Ground Irrigation
  • Storage Shed/Outbuilding
  • Wired Internet Available

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key details

Web ID 3521864
Status Active
Year Built 2005


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