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Newly Renovated House in Cordova Neighborhood

This newly renovated home inside the heart of the town of Cordova is the perfect place for your next move! This beautiful 3-bed-2 bath home located in an exceptional neighborhood is a perfect spot for small families and people looking for a place to settle down.

This pet-friendly home is adorned with a stunning brick exterior and comes with a spacious front and fenced in backyard with a patio. Perfect for summer backyard BBQs and parties!

This house is fully equipped with everything a family could need. This includes a gorgeous kitchen with a built-in breakfast bar, a cozy fireplace, a 2-car side-loaded garage, enormous windows which let in tons of natural sunlight, spacious bedrooms, and much more! Places like the local grocery store, gas station, and gym are just a short 10 minute drive. This home is also located within close proximity to Macon Hall Elementary School and Mt. Pisgah Middle School.

Great Location Near Downtown Memphis

Your potential new home is just a short drive from many great locations in the Greater Memphis Area, as well. Work in the city? Downtown Memphis is just a short 30 minute drive away, along with the Memphis International Airport.

Like the outdoors? Shelby Farms Park, one of the 20 largest urban parks in the U.S., and Memphis Botanic Gardens is just a 20 minute drive. Both are a perfect way to spend your spring and summer weekends!

More Information

If interested in this amazing rental property in Memphis, please call Reedy and Company for additional information at (901)-842-0805. To see this home using our automated showing system, call (901)-425-1054. We also have a great bonus amenity included with the house! A small piece of the tenants total rent will allow HVAC filters to be delivered to the home every 2 months with the Utility & Maintenance Reduction Program. This will ensure you save around 5-15% on your heating and cooling bill. In addition, these filters allow for a cleaner and healthier living environment, and who doesn’t want that?