Beds: 2
Baths: 1
Living Area SqFt: 1,047
Status: Under Contract – Not Showing
Lot Size Acres: 1.37
Lot Size SqFt: 59,677
Year Built: 1926
Neighborhood: None
Days on Website: 89

Courtesy of Parks Auction and Land Division.

Property Description

Home to be sold at public auction June 9th at 6:00 PM. Handy Man Special! 2 or 3 bedroom home in need of TLC. Features a large lot in the country with 1.3 acres. Selling for an out of state investor. No HOA!

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Property Details and Features

  • Basement
  • Description: Crawl Space
  • Bathrooms
  • Full Bathrooms: 1
  • Bedrooms
  • Total Bathrooms: 2
  • Main Level Bedrooms: 2
  • First Bedroom
  • Dimensions: 12x12
  • House
  • Finished Area Above Grade: 1047
  • Area: 1047
  • Building Area: 1047
  • Construction Materials: Frame
  • Levels: One
  • Stories: 1
  • Year Built: 1926
  • Year Built Details: EXIST
  • Effective Year built: 1926
  • Cooling
  • Details: Electric,Wall/Window Unit(s)
  • Floors
  • Flooring: Finished Wood
  • Heating
  • Heating: Central,Electric
  • Kitchen
  • Dimensions: 10x16
  • Listing
  • Days on Market: 26
  • Status: Under Contract - Not Showing
  • Location
  • Address: 1064 Tulloss Rd
  • City: Franklin
  • State: TN
  • Zip: 37067
  • County: Williamson County, TN
  • Subdivision: None
  • Directions: Take Hwy. 96 to Arrington, then go North on Wilson Pike (Hwy. 252), just before the railroad underpass, turn on Tulloss Rd., property will be on the right.
  • Lot
  • Acres: 1.37
  • Size: 1.37
  • Size Source: Assessor
  • Size Units: Acres
  • Living Room
  • Dimensions: 12x12
  • Roof
  • Description: Metal
  • Schools
  • Elementary: Trinity Elementary
  • Middle/Junior High: Fred J Page Middle School
  • High School: Fred J Page High School
  • Utilities
  • Sewer: None
  • Water Source: Private

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- 1064 Tulloss Rd, Franklin, TN 37067

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