Welcome home to this modestly appointed rancher constructed in haste post-WW II. Dark wood paneling abounds in this sprawling 3 bed 1 bath single-level home. Enter the paneled foyer that opens to a living room with not one, but two bold wallpaper choices that meet mid-room over a deep wine-colored carpet.
Take a trip back in time to a retro kitchen that retains all of its style and original appliances. Electric stove will excite the cook in your life!
Appreciate all of the original details of the home including single pane windows, baseboard heating and lead paint. With the ventilation provided by 27 original windows, you won’t even miss not having A/C.
Paneling follows you through the home like the string of bad choices that led you to move to this place. Take the narrow fluorescent-lit hallway to three carpeted bedrooms and a bathroom remodeled in 1985 without permits.
When you look up, the claustrophobia induced by the drop ceiling will only be reinforced by a 30-year mortgage on this overpriced gem with astronomical taxes in a school system you won’t use.
Laundry hookups located in basement. Cinderblocks generously scattered throughout lower level to elevate items in case of flooding.
An attached garage provides ample storage for your vehicle, mower and vision of who you had hoped to become.
Conveniently located next to I-83, this land used to house an orchard. While you gaze out across the 1.8 acres, contemplate how motivated you are to move out of your parents’ house while wondering if there is still arsenic in the soil.
Current owners have enjoyed this property while feeding stray cats for 20 years and do not know the age of roof.
This property is being sold as-is. Schedule your private showing today! See this one before it’s gone!
Walk score: 7
Property is in a flood zone.
Disclosure: Property back on market because septic failed inspection.
Disclosure: Previous owner died from cancer possibly caused by arsenic soil.
Accepting offers at 5pm today!!!
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Kate Brennan has penned 5 musicals including The Infinity Trilogy, the recipient of a 2021 MAP Grant. Her first book, elevated thoughts, was released with Literati Press and her Brennan & White musical ALiEN8 is available with YouthPlays. Her writing has appeared in McSweeney’s, Dramatist, Howlround, and The New York Times. Kate runs The Brennan Book Blog and its accompanying podcast. Kate holds an MFA from The University of Virginia and is Artistic Director of Ignition Arts.