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NLCS River Trace Neighborhood Foley AL 36535

Dated: 12/09/2014

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    New Listing Coming Soon - River Trace Subdivision Foley AL 36535 New property coming soon in River Trace Subdivision!

    1901 Nile Court Foley, AL 36535
    This 3 bedroom 2 bath home is located in the heart of Foley and is in great condition. Separate dining room, split floor plan, fenced yard, low maintenance brick construction, large storage building, corner lot & more! 
    Price: TBD
    Call us today for more info! 888-411-2450
    If you or someone you know may be looking for a home, contact us today! We have many homes currently available and some not yet on the market like this one. One of them is likely a great fit for you & your family!
    Visit us and shop for your new home via or call us 888-411-2450! We're ready to help!
    Financing options available through Embrace Home Loans.
    Please contact Tammy Stevens, Senior Loan Officer NMLS # 185534
    Cell- 251-370-7780 or click the link below to get the ball rolling!

  1. Call us today for more info! 251-979-7653

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