Home for Sale in Prime Y2K and Earth Changes Community

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Prime Y2K and Earth Changes Community $72,400

Located in the White Mountains of Arizona, far from military bases, population centers and nuclear power plants, where the air currents come from Mexico, water is provided by 2 huge aquifers, and contingency planning is a way of daily life. The 320 days of annual sunshine and the year round breezes provide excellent sources for alternate energy. This is a home that can be enjoyed well beyond Y2K.

The living room windows, of this spacious, well maintained, 3 Bed/2 Bath home, face east to welcome the morning light and north to overlook the St Johns City Park. The formal dinning room is warm and inviting. The bright kitchen is equipped with a new dishwasher, disposal, range/oven and a microwave oven. New carpeting flows throughout the large living room, dinning room, hallway, and 3 bedrooms. The master bedroom has a walk-in closet and a large bath. The 10' x 13' laundry and hobby room is located just off of the kitchen and it has a large storage room/ walk-in pantry to augment the other kitchen pantry. Storage and closet space are more than ample. The new GAS PACK heat pump and a LOPI gas stove keep the home comfortable, year round.

The carport is large enough for 2 cars and a RV. It has a 12' x 16' workshop with electrical service. The landscaping on this corner lot is a well thought out blend shade trees, a variety of fruit trees; lilac, rose and other assorted bushes; some lawn areas; and a vegetable garden. One share of irrigation water comes with the purchase of the home. The irrigation water is routed to the different areas, through a series of buried pipes. A chicken coup, in the rear of the property, houses a group of laying hens.

Offered By Landmark Homes, Connie Harris, Broker,P.O. Box 2667 St Johns, AZ 85936 Louis L'Heureux, Sales (520) 337-4815 - Office (520) 337-2161  Res. www.carizona.com/landmark landmark@carizona.com

-- Louis L'Heureux (landmark@carizona.com), March 16, 1999

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