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Hanna Kerns presents:

Darling Highland Park Bungalow

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Enter this lovely three bedroom, one bath bungalow and feel the world melt away. A large picture window frames a serene view of spreading trees and the slope of Highland Park. Enjoy the private, terraced backyard, or take a soak in the vintage claw-foot tub. A bed & bath, living, kitchen and laundry rooms are on the first floor with two bedrooms and storage downstairs with access to the wonderful fenced yard. With bedrooms on two levels and generous storage, you’ll have the flexibility to live how you like. Inspections by Cogley and Omega show low pest and good condition. Sewer and sidewalk compliant, fresh paint, many updated lighting fixtures, and refinished hardwood floors, you’ll want to move right in.

Type: SingleFamily
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1.0
Floor size: 1008 sqft
Lot: 3049 sqft
Year Built: 1918
Room count: 6
Heating: Forced air
Cooling: Central
Roof type: Composition
Exterior material: Wood, Shingle
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