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Munford is a city located in Alabama. Listing prices in Munford rose noticeably 18.2 percent year-over-year, from $201,331 to $237,888 this year. Various properties in this city have a swimming pool, which really adds value to a home and is a very ...


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Munford is a city located in Alabama. Listing prices in Munford rose noticeably 18.2 percent year-over-year, from $201,331 to $237,888 this yearVarious properties in this city have a swimming pool, which really adds value to a home and is a very enjoyable source of recreationA fair number of homes in Munford feature a breakfast area in the kitchen so it's easy for busy families to grab some time together in the morningsHomes in this area usually have family rooms that give your family a space to relax and spend time together, and give the kids a place to play without traipsing through other areas of the house. Munford & Nearby Cities Oxford Real Estate | Eastaboga Real Estate | Delta Real Estate | Lineville Real Estate | Lincoln Real Estate | Anniston Real Estate | Alexandria Real Estate | Weaver Real Estate | Riverside Real Estate | Sycamore Real Estate | Hollins Real Estate | More Nearby Zip Codes 36203 | 36260 | 36253 | 35161 | 36257 | 36204 | 36202 | 36210 | More Munford Property Types Single-Family Homes | Condos | Townhomes | Coops | Lofts | Apartments/Condos/Townhomes | Mobile/Manufactured Homes | More Real Estate and Mortgage Guides Munford Real Estate Guide | Munford Schools | Alabama Home Prices | Munford Mortgage | Munford Refinance | More About Trulia About Zillow Group Careers Investor Relations Advertising Terms Privacy Terms of Use Listings Quality Policy Subscription Terms Ad Choices Copyri

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