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6215 QUINCE RD

PRICE: $292,500

6215 QUINCE RD
Memphis, TN 38119

STUNNING East Memphis home that has been fully remodeled! This house has 5 beds, 3 baths, open living spaces, an amazing kitchen, and so much more! New architectural roof, new automatic gate operator w/ iron gate, New HVAC installed within the last 2yrs, etc.. This is 100% move in ready and has everything you want... from the open layout, features and amenities, location, etc... Move quick! This home won't last long!

  • Beds 5
  • Living Area 11,761.2 Sq.Ft.
  • Status Sold

Features & Amenities

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Interior

Total Bedrooms: 5
Full Bathrooms: 3
Kitchen: Cooktop, Dishwasher, Disposal, Microwave, Range/Oven, Refrigerator
Fireplace: Masonry
Other Interior Features: Hardwood Throughout, 2 or More Baths, 2 nd Bedroom, 3 rd Bedroom, Den/Great Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Living Room, Primary Bedroom, Island In Kitchen, Separate Den, Separate Dining Room, Separate Living Room, Updated/Renovated Kitchen, W/D Connection in Kitchen, Washer/Dryer Connections, 1 or More BR Down, Full Bath Down, Primary Down, Renovated Bathroom, Attic Access, Walk-In Attic

Exterior

Stories: 2
Utilites: Public Sewer, Public Water
Pool: None
Roof: Composition Shingles
Lot Features: Some Trees, Wood Fenced
Parking: Attached, Back-Load Garage, Driveway/Pad, Gate Clickers, Gated Parking, Storage Room(s), Workshop(s)
Heat Type: Central
AIR Conditioning: Central
Substructure: Conventional
Other Exterior Features: Porch, Covered Patio

Area & Lot

Status: Sold
Living Area: 11,761.2 Sq.Ft.
Lot Area: 0.27 Acres
MLS® ID: 10054447
Type: Residential
Year Built: 1966
Neighborhood: Communities
Architecture Styles: Traditional

Financial

Sales Price: $292,500
Real Estate Taxes: $1,058/yr
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Memphis, located on the Mississippi River in the southwest corner of Tennessee, is the largest city in the state. Settled by Native Americans and later the French, Memphis was founded in 1819 and incorporated in 1826. After falling to Union forces during the Civil War, then suffering yellow fever epidemics in the 1870s, the city declined and went bankrupt. With its prime location on the Mississippi, Memphis rebounded, becoming a natural distribution center for the South and Midwest.

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