Quality built Steve Welko home. Single level with spacious living room that features beamed and vaulted ceiling and a brick fireplace as the focal point. Galley kitchen and large dining area plus a sun room. Master suite with his & her closets, jetted tub and walk in shower. Extra's include built in bookcase, wet bar, kitchen pantry, outside storage closet. Choose between a patio, open deck and covered deck for relaxing. A little pruning and attention will go a great distance in this nicely landscaped yard. Side entry garage adds to the curb appeal. Shingles, guttering, deck and water heater have recently been updated. Paint, flooring and minor interior updates and this home will be like new again. Winter lake view.
20 Midview Drive
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Listing Type: Sale Property Type: Residential Architecture Type: Ranch Year Built: 1984 Price:
$159,900 Sold Date: 1/2/2018 Sold Amount: $140,000 Interior Size: 1,780 sq. ft. Stories: 1 Lot Size: 0.28 acre(s) Bedrooms: 3 room(s) Bathrooms: 2 room(s) Garage Size (# of cars): 2 Property Tax:
Bonus Room, Living Room, Dining Room, Fireplace, Garage Door Opener, Vaulted Ceilings, Panoramic View, Patio, Central Air, Master Bedroom
The Reeds Spring School District is located in southwest Missouri, near Branson, the popular tourist destination. Students in the district come from Reeds Spring, Branson West, Kimberling City, and Cape Fair. There are approximately 1950 students in K-12. Aside from their traditional K-12 classes, the school district also has the Gibson Technical Center, the Strohm Early Childhood Center, and the New Horizons Alternative School. The Reeds Spring School District continues to make large strides forward in its Special Education Services, Current Technology Education, Adult and Community Education as well as Online Classes. Reeds Spring also offers a wide variety of sports programs.
Local Area Information:
Where the town of Kimberling City now stands once lay the Radical Campground, a place where as many as two hundred wagons would camp, awaiting the lowering of periodical flood waters in the mighty White River, in order that they might cross and proceed with their trade routes. In time the Maybry Ferry was built to haul stock and wagons across the White in all but high flood times. Later it became the Kimberling Ferry and the town of Radical grew on the banks, by the ferry and lying on The Wilderness Road. In time the first metal bridge replaced the ferries. Now the roads, the ferries and the old steel bridge all lie beneath nearly two hundred feet of Table Rock Lake's waters. Thus passed the many decades of years, and thus came inevitable progress.
Last Updated: 1/2/2018
by Kelly Grisham of RE/MAX Associated Brokers, Inc.