Looking for a slice of nature without having to actually own a whole nature preserve? Look no further than this home! With a view that will make your neck crane and your next-door neighbor is a lake, you'll feel like you're living in the great outdoors. And the best part? No one can build around this home, so you won't have to worry about pesky neighbors building a skyscraper and blocking your view of the sunset. This double-wide manufactured home has got it all, from vaulted ceilings to a fig bush (because who doesn't want a fig bush?). Plum and maple trees too. And if you're in to goats, the huge shop even has a goat stall! Plus, with a tool shed, huge carport, and covered deck, you'll have plenty of room for all your stuff. Sure, this well-loved home needs a little TLC, but all appliances are staying. And you can sit near the fire pit and relax, enjoying the sunsets and the occasional goat bleat. Oh, and did we mention that the cool Cadillac is included with a full price offer? Sure, it needs a little maintenance, but it still runs great (most of the time). So why wait? Come check out this delightful setting today and start living your best nature-loving life!
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Listing Agent: Jody Hedrick
Listing Office: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices NW Real Estate
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