28 Acres with a Home in Hinds County at 2270 Low Water Bridge Road in Utica
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28 Acres with a Home in Hinds County at 2270 Low Water Bridge Road in Utica

2270 Low Water Bridge Rd, Utica , Mississippi 39175 - Hinds County
$285,000 28 Acres
4 beds 3 Bathrooms 2400 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 6054780

Description

A well-kept home, 3-stall barn, fenced pasture, large scattered oak trees, and hunting opportunitiesstarting to sound like this property may have a little bit of everything? The decorative, wrought-iron gated entrance immediately lets you know you are entering a showplace. The 2,400 square foot home features 4 bedrooms, one of the bedrooms being an in-law suite, 3 baths, a great room with fireplace, kitchen, huge pantry, front porch, above ground storm shelter, a patio, and a 2-car carport. You will have plenty of storage in the 3-stall barn and the storage sheds behind the home, which includes covered camper parking. The home is surrounded by fenced pasture with horses and cows grazing as you arrive. This one would be great country fun for the kids and grandkids

Directions

From the Intersection of Highway 27 and Highway 18 in Utica, MS, travel Highway 27 South-East for 2.42 miles, turn right on to Low Water Bridge Road South for .67 miles, the property will be on the right.

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