Price $69,900
Status Active
Beds 2
Baths 1.5 Baths
Home size 980 sqft
Lot Size 21,780 sqft
Days on Market 112
This one story two bedroom home is walking distance to the Allegheny National Forest and Minutes to Cook Forest, Salmon Creek Trout Stream, Toms Run,and Maple Creek. The home features a wood burning fireplace and that could supply additional sleeping quarters. The attached garage is great for recreational vehicles, or boat.
Property Type(s): Single Family
Last Updated 8/5/2019 Year Built 1977
Community Forest County Forest

School District East Forest

Price History

Prior to Jul 13, '19 $73,500
Jul 13, '19 - Aug 5, '19 $71,500
Aug 5, '19 - Today $69,900

Additional Details

AIR None
APPLIANCES Range, Refrigerator
AREA Forest
BASEMENT Partial, Walkout, Yes
CONSTRUCTION Aluminum Siding, Brick
EXTERIOR Electric-Fused->100, Porch, Storage Shed, Wood Burn Fireplace
GARAGE 2 Car, Yes
HEAT Forced Air
LOT 0.5000 acre(s)
SEWER Septic System
STYLE 1 Level
TAXES 900.00



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