4 BD, 4 BA, 2,993 SF family-friendly home w/ 4 car garage waiting for you. Built 2002. Has approx 10 gpm water well and 3/4" water meter. All fenced w/ around 1/2 acre in oranges. Great horse property. Beautiful drought tolerant landscaping. Fresh eggs daily with your own chicken coop....chickens are extra. Property to the East has a small walking trail. Grassy area in back yard. Fun stuff for kids: sandbox, trampoline, zip-line, chicken coop. Super insulated - see supplement There are other families in the area. Hookups for future mobile home. Tile roof and solar back up water heater Zipline has 150LB limit. Unique ICF concrete construction. Now for the inside, jacuzzi size tub in MBR, crown moldings in living room and master bedroom, pantry in kitchen, internet and computer ready, pre-wired for phones and computer and a computer center. 9'6" ceilings, wood burning heat stove, surround sound capability, granite counter tops in kitchen, central vac, fire sprinklers throughout, window coverings on all windows. Ceiling fans with lights in all bedrooms, Built in Vacumm system in garage, built in hutch in dining and book case in master br remain. 4' overhang all around house. Rain water collection tank. Over-range faucet. SELLER SAYS: ICF HOMES outperform many other building techniques Insulated concrete forms (ICFs) are cast-in-place concrete walls that are sandwiched between two layers of insulation material, usually expanded polystyrene (EPS) foam insulation forms. The foam blocks are stacked as interlocking blocks, connected with steel reinforcing rods. They offer well-insulated, air tight, energy-efficient building enclosures. Also ICFs are a great fit for regions prone to severe weather because of their strong impact resistance. In ICF construction, two insulating faces of a foam block are separated by a connector or web and concrete is poured into the cavity. The foam blocks are left in place to provide insulation throughout the life of the home. Any tradit...
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