THIRD TIME IS THE CHARM: (TWO BUYERS LOSS CAN BE YOUR GAIN). #Maddies Challenge and #Only the hardy need look. Beautiful Tudor is back on the market-again! Settlement Notices were sent; HUD-1"s were approved; Title Binder Requirements were cleared and final readings for utilities were ordered. Scheduled settlement on February 15th at 10 AM was in the books. Then the bank pulled the plug after it was previously approved. Another prior Agreement of Sale was contingent on a Home Inspection. A young Buyer was overwhelmed with what he saw and opted out. Seller has reviewed that Home Inspection and has taken care of any critical items and had unknowns evaluated by professional contractors and addressed appropriate items, using their judgement, when necessary. The good news is that it is a really great home with lots to offer. This is POCONO style living in Mustang (Governor Mifflin schools) country. Tudor styled bi-level on partially wooded lot; elevated location provides great views and added privacy and security; easy access to turnpike via 176; home has been thoughtfully rehabbed to include a new cherry wood kitchen and upgraded baths with wainscoting and ceramic tile; the carpeting is new with stain guard protection; most of the home has been freshly painted; there are three bedrooms and a full bath on the upper floor and another large bedroom and a full bath on the lower level that sets up well for flexibility; home is almost entirely maintenance free on the exterior and there is very minimal outside yard work required; wild raspberry vines and wild flowers and natural landscaping populate the banks; there is a rear deck with built in benches and tables; there is a flue on each floor for wood burning stoves or some type of insert to augment the heat. You wont be bothered by neighbors or visitors due to private drive where egress is unknown (hidden from sight). Sellers will credit $500 to the Buyers for an oil based driveway sealer for an executed Agreement of Sale. It is recommended that the sealer should wait till after move-in. TAXES: Based upon the CLR (Common Level Ratio) established by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (at 68%), the current assessment is high. At $179, 900 the assessment should be no more than $122, 322. At that assessment, the annual combined taxes would drop to around $5, 000. Sellers are applying to the county (Tax Assessment Review Board) for what they believe is the correct assessment valuation based on comparable data.
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