Home Near Davis Monthan AFB

Home Near Davis Monthan AFB
$169,000
Listing ID: 136-22-0930
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
MLS #: 21725956
Zoning: Tucson R2
Home sf: 1,757 sq ft
School District: Tucson Unified
Lot Size: .11 acre(s)
Built in: 1999
October 1, 2017

Description

This is the perfect home near Davis Monthan AFB – and move-in ready!  It is an oversized floor plan (the largest in Pantano Heights) at 1,757 square feet.

Home Near Davis Monthan AFB

This house it what you’ve been looking for. Not only is it a home near Davis Monthan AFB, 7603 E. Rhiannon is situated within a neighborhood that is minutes from the Tucson Airport, shopping restaurants, bus lines and  schools. It’s close to everything!

7603 E. Rhiannon, Tucson AZ. 85730

  • $169,000
  • Tucson MLS # 21725956
  • 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths
  • 1,757 square feet
  • Tax ID #136-22-0930

Features:

  • Located in the heart of SE Tucson
  • Pantano Heights subdivision
  • Minutes from Davis Monthan Air Force Base
  • Near shopping, restaurants & bus lines
  • Oversized square footage – the largest floor plan in neighborhood
  • Single story
  • Bright, open floor plan that is great for entertaining
  • Upgraded colored concrete floors
  • Large laundry room & pantry
  • Eat-in kitchen area
  • Spacious master bedroom suite
  • Bonus office/gym or sitting room off the master suite
  • Walk in master closet
  • Full Covered Rear Patio
  • Fully landscaped front and rear on automatic drip
  • Spacious side yard dog run
  • 2 car garage
  • New roof, new water heater & new exterior paint
  • Spacious side yard, ideal for a play area, dog run or garden
  • Minutes to wonderful trails, shopping & dining
  • Well maintained & Move-In Ready
  • Clean Home, Move In Ready Home

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Be At Home Near Davis Monthan AFB

Home Near Davis Monthan AFB

If you want to live minutes way, you will be interested in this home near Davis Monthan AFB (Davis-Monthan Air Force Base). The area has a large population of military and retired personnel.  Davis-Monthan was activated in 1924. Charles Lindbergh officially conducted the base opening ceremonies. The base was named for two local early aviators, who died in separate flight accidents: 1st Lt Samuel H. Davis, and 2nd Lt Oscar Monthan. The wing’s mission is to deploy, employ and sustain expeditionary combat and combat support forces while enabling critical JFACC and HLS operations.

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