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5303 Bitter Creek Dr Memphis TN 38127

Updated: Feb 10


3 Beds 1 Bath 952 SqFt Lot 0.32 Acres Built 1988


Single Family

Off Market


Asking Price $45k


Turn Key

1 Story

FSBO

Current Rent $725/mo priced $408 cheaper than the current market rate for a 3 bedroom home in Shelby County.

Potential Rent $1125/mo AirBnB $30k/mo

Tenant Occupied

Sold for $60k 02/08/2007

Shelby County

Subdivision: CEDARWOOD SEC K


Central Heat/Air

Carport

Garage 256 SqFt

Attic

Fireplace


New Remodel

  • Beautiful multi-color brick and siding

  • Beautiful home that all windows and roof already upgraded

  • Needs appliances

  • Great cozy house for the first time buyer or small family

  • Price is negotiable.


The closest school is Northaven Elementary School. 5303 Bitter Creek Dr is near Pickett Park, Frayser Park and Washington Park.


LOOKS SMALLER ON THE OUTSIDE BUT GREAT SPACE ON THE INSIDE OPEN KITCHEN WITH GREAT UPGRADES NEW WINDOWS NEW ROOF NEW A/C UNIT


The vibrant traditions and culture of the south come alive in Memphis, a robust and historic Mississippi riverfront community of over 600,000 neighbors. Memphis is legendary as an incubator for American musical titans, with landmarks like Sun Studios, the Stax Museum of American Soul Music, and Graceland serving as some of the city’s most popular attractions for visitors. The city’s musical tradition continues today, with a packed roster of live music representing every conceivable genre. Just as famous as the music is the food, with Memphis-style barbecue widely available and internationally recognized as a true American delicacy.

But beyond the neon of Beale Street, Memphis offers a delightful living experience steeped in southern charm and modern flair. The cost of living is quite affordable, with apartments, condos, and houses to fit any budget. The rental market is incredibly diverse, from urban efficiency apartments to stunning historic homes on sleepy suburban streets. Driving is the most common way to get around, but neighborhoods closer to Downtown tend to be rather accessible for cyclists and pedestrians. Folks who love to spend time outside will likely find themselves hanging out at Shelby Farms Park often, or making weekend trips down to Holly Springs National Forest just over the state line in Mississippi.



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