1800 Del Rio Street, Clinton, OK


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About 1800 Del Rio Street

The Newport floorplan is an all time favorite with great curb appeal. The front of the home has different elevations and a covered porch. The master bedroom is located on the lower level with the two additional guest bedrooms on the second level of the home. This home has approximately 300 square feet of a partially finished bonus room. The space has been framed, air ducts and electricity ran throughout. The Newport could easily be a 4 or 5 bedroom home. This home is being sold as is and is priced to sell. A must see to imagine the possibilities!

Features of 1800 Del Rio Street

MLS® # 1064855
Price $189,000
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 3.00
Full Baths 2
Half Baths 1
Square Footage 1,800
Acres 0.16
Year Built 2017
Type Residential
Sub-Type Single Family Residence
Style Contemporary
Status Active

Community Information

Address 1800 Del Rio Street
Subdivision Clinton Redland
City Clinton
County Custer
State OK
Zip Code 73601


Utilities Cable Available, Electricity Available, High Speed Internet Available, Municipal Utilities
Parking Attached, Concrete, Driveway, Garage
# of Garages 2
Is Waterfront No
Has Pool No
Pool None


Interior Tile
Interior Features Ceiling Fan(s), Study
Appliances Dishwasher, Electric Oven, Electric Range, Free-Standing Range, Disposal, Microwave, Oven
Heating Central, Electric
Cooling Central Air
Fireplace No
Fireplaces None
# of Stories 2
Stories Two


Exterior Features Patio
Lot Description Corner Lot
Windows Vinyl, Storm Window(s)
Roof Architectural, Shingle
Construction Brick
Foundation Pillar/Post/Pier

School Information

District Clinton
Elementary Southwest ES
Middle Clinton MS
High Clinton HS

Additional Information

Date Listed June 5th, 2023
Foreclosure No
Short Sale No
RE / Bank Owned No
HOA Fees Freq. Annually

Listing Details

AgentLance Windel
Contact Infosales@milestoneoklahoma.com

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