The list of options in the online NADA guide is generic to all RVs - it is not specific to your model. I've always recommended ignoring that list entirely - most people (and certainly all dealers) won't pay extra for any of those items.
I think most of the list is ancient history, dating from the days when RVs were pretty basic and having an awning, or a fridge instead of an ice box, meant something. Now, nearly every RV is well-equipped with appliances and amenities, and the price difference between a bigger awning and a smaller one, a 10 gallon heater instead of 6, or some extra horsepower, is limited, if anything at all. Any of them may be worth something to the educated buyer with some particular wants & needs, but not much in general.
The total package of extras in an RV may give it a bit of extra appeal and be worth a extra percent or two in the resale price, but condition probably overwhelms that handily. By that I mean that a rig in visually better condition but fewer amenities probably commands a higher price, whereas the option list would lead you to the opposite conclusion.
2004 American Tradition; 2014 Buick LaCRosse
Homebase in the Ocala Nat'l Forest near Ocala, FL