$ 175,000.00

  • Property ID: 55820
  • MLS #: 136315
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Full Baths: 3
  • Year built: 1952
  • Status:
  • Listing Office: Four Rivers Realty, LLC

Description

Exceptionally well-built home in Town of Stuart. 5 full bedrooms, 3 baths with a formal living room, dining room, kitchen, breakfast nook, and den. Very nice solid oak flooring, ceiling fans, built-ins, french doors and solid wood banister. Original Charm! Basement is partially finished with a family room, wood stove, full bathroom, large laundry room, and extensive work shop. Built-in garage under covered side porch. Additional equipment shed, established garden area, and concrete driveway. This home has so much more to offer and has been excellently maintained.

Location Details

  • County: Patrick County

Property Details

  • Location/Subdivision: Stuart
  • Apx SqFt-Total: 3020 sq ft
  • Apx Total Acres: 0.9
  • Construction: Block,Brick,Vinyl Siding
  • Appliances: As Is,Range-Electric,Window Unit Air Conditioner,Smoke Detector,Dryer H/U,Dishwasher,Washer H/U

Property Features

  • Roof: Metal
  • Floor: Carpet,Tile,Wood
  • Fuel: Electric
  • Basement: Block,Walkout,Full,Partially Finished
  • Heat: Ceiling Heat,Heat Pump(s),Other/See Remarks
  • Cooling: Central-Electric,Window Unit,Other/See Remarks
  • Water: Public
  • Sewer: Public Sewer
  • Garage: 1 Car Garage,Under
  • Attic: Crawl Opening
  • Fireplace: 1,Wood Burn Stove,Flue,Masonry
  • Water Heater: Electric

Features

Features:
  • 1st Floor Bedroom
  • Cable Available
  • Ceiling Fan
  • Enclosed Porch
  • Fencing
  • Outbuilding
  • Patio
  • Paved Concrete Drive
  • Storm Doors

Courtesy of

  • Office Name: Four Rivers Realty, LLC

This style property is located in is currently and has been listed on Blue Ridge Mountain Real Estate, LLC. This property is listed at $ 175,000.00. It has 5 beds bedrooms, 3 baths bathrooms, and is . The property was built in 1952 year.

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