Lse-house For sale

0.21 Acre - 3104 Calstone, Highland Village, Denton, Texas, United States 75077

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Property Description

Applicants 18 and older must apply and pay application fee, $35 per application, online. Security deposit due at time of lease signing.

Basic Details
Property Type : Lse-house
Listing Type : For sale
Price : $2,495
Year Built : 2001
Acres : 0.21 Acre
Sq Ft Total : 3435
Features
Heating System : Central air-elec, Central heat-elec
Fence
Pet Policy
Fireplace
Address Map
Street : Calstone
Street Number : 3104
Floor Number : 0
Longitude : W98° 55' 13.9''
Latitude : N33° 4' 56.9''
MLS Addon
Herrin ID : 109313485
MLS Number : 14000695
List Agent Full Name : Ruby Esqueda
List Office Name : AH4R Management-Tx, LLC
Community Features : Laundry
Construction Materials : Brick
Elementary School Name : Heritage
Energy Saving Features : Ceiling Fans
Exterior Features : Patio Open
High School Name : Marcus
Lease Conditions : Application Fee,Written Application (+)
Lease Type : Yearly
Middle School Name : Briarhill
Number Of Barns : 0
Number Of Buildings : 0
Number Of Days Guests Allowed : 0
Number Of Lakes : 0
Number Of Leaseable Spaces : 0
Number Of Lots : 0
Number Of Residences : 0
Number Of Spaces Leased : 0
Number Of Stories : 2
Number Of Units : 0
Status : Active
Structural Style : Single Detached
Unit Count : 0
Utilities : City Sewer,City Water
Virtual Tour URL Unbranded : https://www.propertypanorama.com/instaview/ntreis/
Appliances YN : 1
Architectural Style : Traditional
Acres Pasture : 0
Acres Cultivated : 0
Acres Irrigated : 0
Lot Size Area SQFT : 9016.92
Lot Size Units : Acres
Lots Sold Package : 0
MLS : North Texas Real Estate Information Systems
Open House Count : 0
Other Equipment : Built-in Microwave,Cooktop - Gas,Dishwasher,Oven-G
SQFT Land : 0
SQFT Leasable : 0
SQFT Lot : 0
Subdivision Name : Chapel Hill Add Ph I
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Lse-house For sale
  • Herrin ID : 109313485
  • Acres : 0.21 Acre
  • Visits : 2 in 8 days
$2,495
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