Are you in the market for a new home in Grand Junction? Something affordable, but with enough square footage for a family or home office? Take a quick tour of the third least expensive house currently on the market in Grand Junction.

Why the third least expensive instead of the first? I don't want to talk about the least and second-to-least expensive houses currently on the market. Seriously, I don't want to even talk about them.

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Nice Size House at a Convenient Location in Grand Junction

This house can be found at 444 30 1/2 Road. It's really not that old, having been built in 1981. The current asking price is $178,000.

Realtor.com lists the house as:

  • 3 bedroom
  • 2 bath
  • 2 car garage
  • 1,148 square feet
  • 6,970 square foot lot

Realtor.com adds the following details:

Nice Home on a corner lot in Parkwood Estates subdivision. Very spacious split-floorplan home close to D 1/2 Road for quick access to town. Lots of storage outside, Wonderful lawn, Seasoned shade tree in front of covered patio! Nice carport with ramp in back. Comes with all appliances. Beautiful sunroom behind living room for lounging or growing. Don't miss out on this awesome property!

How Much to Own It?

At an asking price of $178,000, you would be looking at a monthly mortgage payment of $704. It would be a challenge to find a two-bed one-bath apartment in this town anymore for that little per month.

Take a Tour

Here's a quick trip through this house at  444 30 1/2 Road. For the record, as I indicate in all of my real estate posts, I have no interest in this house and have nothing to do with its sale. I'm not a realtor and am not affiliated with the listing realtor or the owners of the property. Like anyone else, I'm always on the lookout for affordable housing in this town.

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