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East End Charmer! for sale in Big Bear City, CA

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East End Charmer!
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Location: Big Bear City, CA
There's a lot of value packed into this Wildhorse Estates home! 4 bed, 2.5 bath + attached garage with laundry area. Lower level features a separate entry, open living area with wood burning stove, and 1/2 bath with newer tile flooring. Updated kitchen features stainless steel appliances and solid surface counters. There's a bonus work/hobby area located under the stairway. Upper level features all 4 bedrooms, 2 baths + a laundry chute. Newer tile floors at bathrooms. Spacious master bedroom with terrific mountain views. 4th bedroom would make a nice office, etc. Huge rear yard, fully fenced + separate storage shed. Sunny southern exposure for quicker snow melt and natural heat. Spacious front deck with great views of Sugarloaf Mtn. Great east valley neighborhood/location, around the corner from the national forest, and convenient access to Hwy. 38 off the mountain.

OFFERED BY RE/MAX BIG BEAR
BRE # 01211981



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Contact Information
Tyler Wood
909-866-3481
Local Knowledge. Personalized Service.
Pricing
Price: $299,900
Property Location
2021 Wildhorse Lane
Big Bear City, CA 92314
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Features
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 2.5
Parking Spaces: Off Street Parking
Year Built: 1988
Lot Size: 9000
Garage Size: 1 Car Attached
School District: Bear Valley Unified
Square Footage: 1521
Agent Name: Tyler Wood
Broker: RE/MAX BIG BEAR
MLS #: 3187879
Attributes
Appliances
Full Refrigerator
Washer/Dryer
Dishwasher
Sink Disposal
Microwave
Gas Water Heater
Interior Amenities
Fireplace
Laminate Flooring
Tile Floors
Blinds
Cable Outlet
Phone Jacks
Exterior Amenities
Fenced Yard
Curb and Gutter
Dual Pane Windows
Deck
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  • Price: $299,900
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Square Feet: 1,521

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