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Mike Walerak

House For Sale: Arlington SD Prime Hunting and Fishing $34,900

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As many of you know I relocated back to MN from Gods country. This little house is in Arlington, SD

It is rather small (About 1300 sq. feet). It has been remodeled and is virtually maintainance free.

It is also located near some awesome fishing and is in the heart of pheasant country. I can fill you in on the fishing if you buy the house smile.gif

The Front


The Back


The Shed with dog kennel attached


The Kitchen


The Dining Room


The Living Room


The Bedroom with French Doors


The Back Porch off the kitchen

Great for storage and laundry


The front porch off the living room. (Front of House)


There is one more small bedroom, nice bathroom and attic that I do not have a picture of. There is also an unfinished basement.

It would be a great rental property. Rent in arlington goes for about 275.00 to 400.00 per month. You do the math!

As for the hunting and fishing there is no shortage of lakes and public hunting areas.

Only $34,900

Call me at (507) 390-0382 or email me. I posted all the pictures I have of it.


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My new Phone # is 507 475-2716.

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