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For Sale by Owner / Golf Course

Brand new on the market...
...with Sale Pending
This Hunter's Green's house is the only house in New Tampa that is on the golf course and on Flatwoods Park!  Walk out the back yard onto the 14th green of Hunter's Green golf course or explore the bike trails, forest and streams in Flatwoods Park

Features a stunning floor plan with custom window treatments throughout. Spacious kitchen with work Island, built-in desk and pull out cabinets. Huge master suite with fireplace and mirrored wall with fluted columns, a walk-in closet, separate shower with garden style tub, and his/her vanities.

$289,900
Bedrooms: 4 bedrooms + Study
Baths: 3 Baths
Garage: 3 car
Square Ft: 2,800 air conditioned 
Address:
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8761 Ashworth Drive
Tampa, Florida 33647 

Contact: 813-991-5407 Lauren Bellini
Lauren@Bellini.net

Sale Pending:
 

 

congratulations to
Matthew and Kristen Booth

 

                  

Relax on the Lania Master Suite

 

 

 

 

 

Other Features Include:

  • On the golf course! 14th green
  • On Flatwoods Park! just off the 7 mile loop
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8761 Ashworth Drive ? Tampa, FL 33647 ? Hampton on the Green, Hunter's Green
Contact: Lauren Bellini ? 813-991-5407 ? Lauren@Bellini.net