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Carriage Trails - 4038 Orange Blossom Ct., Huber Heights, OH

Carriage Trails
4011 Orange Blossom Court, Huber Heights, OH
Last listed price
4 beds
3 baths
2389 SqFt
Unit is no longer tracked by Livabl.
The Asher offers 2,389 sq ft. This home offers a first floor owner’s suite with a true open concept floorplan. This home offers a gourmet island with quartz counter tops, white painted cabinets, and wood laminate flooring throughout the foyer, hallway, kitchen, dining room and great room. This home has a large loft to compliment the 3 upstairs bedrooms with a full upstairs bath with double bowls. All D.R. Horton Cincinnati homes include our America’s Smart HomeSM Technology which allows you to monitor and control your home from your couch or from 500 miles away and connect to your home with your smartphone, tablet or computer. Home life can be hands-free. It’s never been easier to settle into a new routine. Set the scene with your voice, from your phone, through the Qolsys panel – or schedule it and forget it. Your home will always be there for you. Our priority is to make sure you have the right smart home system to grow with you. Our homes speak to Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Z-Wave and cellular devices so you can sync with almost any smart device.
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4038 Orange Blossom Ct. Details

4038 Orange Blossom Ct.
Detached Two+ Story
Fee simple
4 beds
2 full | 1 half
Interior Size:
2389 SqFt
Lot Size:
Ceiling Heights:
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Price history

Unit listed as Sold
Unit price increased by 0.59% to $338,900
Unit price increased by 2.12% to $336,900
Unit listed as For Sale at $329,900

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