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Aviano and the Villages - New Listings

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Blog by Doug Ingersoll | September 10th, 2013

Nextdoor is a private social network for Aviano where neighbors can share anything. One topic I note has come up is gating the community of Aviano. Back in 2008 when I was Board President for the HOA we looked at that idea. Enormously expensive to implement and really expensive to maintain are the take aways from that investigation. Not to mention the total hassle of entering and exiting our neighborhood. Oh, and every pizza delivery shop in town will know the gate codes. A total false sense of security. Just my opinion.

We will have two new listings coming to market shortly:

A fully expanded Mirasol model with 4431 sq ft, 4 bedrooms upstairs and the den downstairs which could be a 5th bedroom as it has a walk in closet. 3.5 baths. The bonus room over the living/dining room is 16 X 30. The master bedroom is 28 X 17 and looks to the west across an open wash. Want sunset views from your master bedroom large enough to hold a third world country? This is your home. 3 car tandem garage. No road noise. Lot location is key and 22206 North 36th Way is a fantastic location. Exceptionally well maintained. Normal sale. Will be priced in the mid $700's. Let me know if you have any questions about this beautiful home.

In the Villages at Aviano, we have an Amici model that will be coming to market shortly. Amici models are on 3 of the 4 corners of each of the buildings in the Villages. 1335 sq ft with 2 bedrooms, 2 baths and a tandem 2 car garage. Of the nine models in the Villages, the Amici is the only one all on the ground floor with no stairs. Perfect for relatives that don't do stairs. Will be priced in the mid $200's and is a normal sale. Let me know if you would like more information.

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