116 Linart Street, Seneca, PA 16346 (MLS # 153518)

Price $89,000
Status Active
Beds 3
Baths 1 Bath
Home size 1,430 sqft
Lot Size 10,019 sqft
Days on Market 15
This is a really nice one-story, three-bedroom home that is priced to sell. The home features beautiful hardwood floors, good proportion and one-floor living area. The home is in a good Seneca neighborhood.
Property Type(s): Single Family
Last Updated 11/25/2019 Year Built 1950
Community Venango County Venango

SCHOOLS

School District Cranberry

Additional Details

AIR Central
AIR CONDITIONING Yes
APPLIANCES Dishwasher, Range, Refrigerator
AREA Venango
BASEMENT Full, Yes
CONSTRUCTION Aluminum Siding
EXTERIOR Electric-Circuit Break-100 Amp, Hardwood Floors, Storage Shed
GARAGE 1 1/2 Car, Detached, Yes
HEAT Forced Air
LOT 10019 sq ft
LOT DIMENSIONS 65'x155'
SEWER Public Sewer
STORIES 1
STYLE 1 Level
TAXES 1400.00
WATER Public
ZONING Residential

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