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MLS # 1557126

PIN # 46712

$179,900

206 Falles Ct Madison, WI 53705

• Type: Single Family Residential • Style: Bungalow • Estimated Square Feet: 761 • Garage: 1 • County: Dane • School District: Madison

• Bedrooms: 2 • Baths: 1 Full • Taxes: $3,463 • Tax Year: 2008

This cozy 2 bedroom ranch is ready to make a home for a first time buyer or someone looking to downsize. It has been well maintained with the floors being refinished, new kitchen cabinets and countertop installed. New roof and gutters, updated electrical. Situated on a large lot there is room for expansion. Seller makes no warranties or representation, being sold "As Is".

DIRECTIONS: From Mineral Point Rd, north on Midvale Blvd, right (east) on Felton, left (north) on Falles Ct

Chris Bennett Cell 608-770-2144 BennettC@FirstWeber.com www.chrisbennett.firstweber.com

Information on this sheet is believed to be accurate, but not guaranteed. Buyers should verify all information.


MLS # 1557126

PIN # 46712

$179,900

206 Falles Ct Madison, WI 53705

Chris Bennett Cell 608-770-2144 BennettC@FirstWeber.com www.chrisbennett.firstweber.com

Information on this sheet is believed to be accurate, but not guaranteed. Buyers should verify all information.


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