Beautifully 4 Bedroom, 3 full Bath home sits on a quiet street in Villa Montego. The 4th Bed & Bath are secluded, ideal for Guests or a Mother-in-Law Suite. This home features a formal Dining Room, a Breakfast area, a Living Room and a Den. It has an Alarm System, Vaulted Ceilings, Recessed Lighting, Custom Paint, Dual Pane Windows, Ceramic Tile, Separate Laundry Room, and a very spacious Kitchen with Granite Counter Tops, Stainless Steel Appliances, Center Island and Eating Bar. The front yard and backyard are professionally landscaped for low maintenance care. The spacious backyard is fenced with block wall and paved with a built in BBQ excellent for entertaining. This home also offers Gated RV Parking and NO HOA! Please call for an appointment!
Updated: 7/18/2018 10:35:57 PM
Posted: 3/13/2018 | Updated: 7/18/2018 10:35:57 PM
Listing Agent/Office: Alexandra Harris, Bennion Deville Homes
Source: CDAR
Special Features
INTERIORFEATURES : Balcony,Pantry,High Ceilings (9 Feet+),Cathedral-Vaulted Ceilings,Granite Counters,Recessed Lighting
ROOMTYPE : Entry,Family Room,Walk-In Closet,Dressing Area,Master Suite,Foyer,Living Room,All Bedrooms Down
HEATING : Forced Air,Natural Gas
COOLING : Central
LAUNDRYFEATURES : Dryer Included,Washer Included,Inside,Individual Room
PARKINGFEATURES : Street,Boat,Side by Side,Guest,Driveway
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An Overview of Indio

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