4 Beds | 3 Baths
SqFt: 3,064 Sq Ft | Acres: 0.34
Subdivision: Maple Row Est Sec 8
Perfect STAYCATION home! Sparkling mineral/salt water heated inground pool just waiting for you to dive in! Massive finished basement w/brand new carpet w/full bath & bedroom perfect for adult kids or in-laws…even has a fireplace, massive rec room & private entrance! Hardwood floors on main level. Renovated kitchen and baths. Brand new extra wide driveway, Hendersonville schools. No HOA! Custom built shed and hidden boat/camper or trailer pad. Hardwired security cameras. Plenty of storage space and room for a big family!
Directions: Vietnam Veterans by-pass to Indian Lake Blvd exit #7, turn right, go to Gallatin Rd intersection and cross over to Indian Lake Rd. 1 mile turn left on Maple Dr. Home is on the left. Welcome Home!
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