$ 64,900.00

  • MLS #: 134842
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1.50
  • Full Baths: 1
  • Half Baths: 1
  • Year built: 1962
  • Status:
  • Listing Office: Cockram Realty, LLC

Description

This cute and updated ranch home is perfect for the growing family! Fresh paint throughout the home, hardwood floors in the bedrooms, hall and living room, as well as plenty of ceiling fans! There are replacement vinyl windows in the home as well as Levolor Blinds that will remain at the property. The basement is mostly finished with a half bath, den and recreation room. The outbuilding conveys with the property. In 2019, the seller had a roofer inspect the roof for preventative maintenance and a number of shingles were replaced to extend the life of the roof (there were never any leaks, just preventative only). With an acceptable offer, seller is willing to install a new HVAC unit for cooling, the current unit has some age. Quiet and quaint street, come check it out for yourself!

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Location Details

  • County: Martinsville City

Property Details

  • Location/Subdivision: Martinsville
  • Apx SqFt-Total: 1752 sq ft
  • Apx Total Acres: 0.284
  • Construction: Brick
  • Appliances: As Is,Range-Electric,Dishwasher

Property Features

  • Roof: Composition
  • Floor: Laminate,Wood
  • Fuel: Oil
  • Basement: Block,Walkout
  • Heat: Forced Air
  • Cooling: Central-Electric
  • Water: Public
  • Sewer: Public Sewer
  • Garage: None
  • Attic: Crawl Opening
  • Fireplace: None
  • Water Heater: Electric

Features

Features:
  • Blinds Only
  • Cable Available
  • Cul-de-Sac
  • Double Pane Windows
  • Outbuilding
  • Paved Asphalt Drive
  • Storm Doors

Courtesy of

  • Office Name: Cockram Realty, LLC

This style property is located in Martinsville is currently and has been listed on Blue Ridge Mountain Real Estate, LLC. This property is listed at $ 64,900.00. It has 3 bedrooms, 1.50 bathrooms, and is . The property was built in 1962 year.

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