10110 Jefferson Village Drive, Covington, GA 30014 | HotPads
This pad expired on 7/22/17.

$975

No longer available
5 beds
3 baths
1,700 sqft

10110 Jefferson Village Drive
Covington, GA 30014

House

Description
10110 Jefferson Village Drive Covington 30014. **Reservation hold** Home does not accept housing voucher No pets allowed Nice split foyer home. The lower level has two finished bedrooms and full bath with tub/shower combination. Upper level features kitchen with access to the raised deck, dining room, family room with vaulted ceiling and fireplace, two spare bedrooms, full hall bath with tub-shower combination, master bedroom with trey ceiling, and master bath with rub/shower combination. Approximate Size: 1700 sq ft
Amenities
Property amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Fireplace
  • Pets Allowed
  • Year Built: 2004
    Pricing comparison
    $341
    Market rate for this listing is $1,045 based on the surrounding areas and market conditions.
    This 5 bedroom home is listed at $975, while 5 bedroom homes...
  • in Covington go for $1,316.
  • in Newton County go for $1,316.
  • in 30014 go for $1,375.
  • This listing is cheaper than the average 5 bedroom home in Covington by $341.
    Nearby schools
    This rental at 10110 Jefferson Village Drive is within the boundaries of Newton County Schools (Unified School District).
    PrimaryMiddleHigh
    4
    out of 10
    Middle Ridge Elementary School
    Public
    Grades PK - 5
    1.0 miles
    Showing 1 of 1 primary school.
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