1331 Myrtle Street, Franklin, PA 16323 (MLS # 150535)

Price $12,750
Status Active
Beds 3
Baths 1 bath
Home size 1,120 sq ft
Lot Size 4,791 sqft
Days on Market 22
Looking into getting a home to call your own without spending an arm and a leg this home could use some TLC but very livable at a decent price. The home offers a double lot, 3 bedrooms one on the first floor and two on the second with a large eat in kitchen with plenty of room to move the laundry from the basement to the main floor.
Property Type(s): Single Family
Last Updated 11/24/2017 Year Built 1900
Community Venango County Venango

SCHOOLS

School District Franklin

Additional Details

AIR None
APPLIANCES Range
AREA Venango
BASEMENT Partial, Yes
CONSTRUCTION Wood
EXTERIOR Electric-Circuit Break-100 Amp, Porch
GARAGE None
HEAT Forced Air
LOT 4792 sq ft
SEWER Public
STORIES 2
STYLE Two Story
TAXES 760
UTILITIES Public; Public;
WATER Public
ZONING Residential

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