Historic farmhouse: Renovated and ready


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Price: $219,900 recently reduced
Total square feet: 2,400
Total taxes: $5,107.84
Acres: 0.11
Year built: 1820
Listing agent: Paul Boos
Davis R. Chant Realtors
106 E. Harford St.
Milford, PA 18337
Phone: 296-7717
Web: chantre.com

This updated 1820 farmhouse is in a great location: within walking distance to Milford’s downtown eateries, groceries, boutiques and medical offices. It is move-in ready for a big family or can be purchased as an investment; it has an excellent rental record and is currently rented until November.

This three-story charmer offers 2,400 square feet of space and four bedrooms, with a master bedroom and full en suite bath on the main floor. The laundry area is also conveniently located on the main level. A walk-out lower level is where you will find a family room and two more bedrooms. There is also a loft for extra space. The present owner is a contractor and the home is entirely updated, with a windowed eat-in kitchen, a new gas furnace and other improvements.

To enjoy the outside, you will find a large rocking-chair covered front porch that wraps around the front and side of the house, and an outdoor utility shed for storage. This lovely country home is surrounded by trees but has all the conveniences of in-town living at your fingertips. It is also located in a good school district and close to a variety of outdoor recreational activities, including river sports and hiking.



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