Our featured home this time is in Mulberry, on the edge of town, and offers so much for the low asking price of $89,000. This wood-and-brick home was built in 1968 so, yes, it’s a little older, but with 1,667 square feet of living space on slightly less than half an acre, it’s the perfect house for a small family to grow in. You can see the house here.
There are a total of eight rooms, including three bedrooms and two baths. A covered and railed front porch looks out onto Hwy. 64. The single-storey dwelling about 25 miles east of Fort Smith features a split floor plan and a brand new roof (which is a really nice feature in an older home).
There’s a large, airy kitchen with plenty of cabinet space and counter tops, amenities you don’t find as often in new homes of the same square footage. The living room is also spacious, especially compared with what you’d imagine it to be when seeing the house only from the street.
Taxes come to $334 per year – certainly not budget-breaking. But that’s one of the really great things about Mulberry, and Arkansas, in general: taxes usually don’t crush us like they do in some states.
The house has a home office and a big two-car carport. Appliances include a gas range, a microwave oven and a dishwasher. It’s located near Mulberry Middle School and Mulberry High School.
As much as Nick and I like the numerous features in this home, what we really like is $89,000. With home loan rates near or at record lows, somebody’s going to find one great deal with this house. Like we said about taxes, Mulberry home prices are still highly affordable. It’s a great city to live in, for these and so many other reasons.
If you want to see this home on the edge of town, give us a call. We can describe it here all day long, but until you tour it in person, you’ll never realize what an exceptional value it is.
Mulberry homes. There’s one here for you.