One Sweetheart of a Home


One Sweetheart of a Home
    A crisp new coat of paint. Refinished hardwood floors. Cozy interior. Inviting exterior, and a two car garage. The only thing missing from this four bedroom, two bathroom, two story house, is a family to make memories in it! If it was a Valentine’s day candy it would simply say: Love Me. Listed by Rick Bernstein of Century 21 Bernstein for $169,900, this home boasts a lot that’s nearly an acre, a wet bar, and much much more!
    There’s plenty of parking for you and your guests at this home! With classic brick work and black shutters, the exterior of the home is only overshadowed by the beauty within. Entering through the side door, you’ll end up in the 20.5×8 feet kitchen. With a dishwasher, Jenn Air appliances, electric oven and breakfast nook you can only begin to imagine the rest of the characteristics of this cozy home.
    To the left and down a few steps is the oversized living room/hobby room/recreation room. Measuring 22.1×20.6 the possibilities for this space are endless! Eight windows plus sliding glass doors leading to the 26.11×20.6 enclosed sun porch, means plenty of natural sunlight and a panoramic view of your very own paradise. There’s even a closet within this room to store all your favorite board games or poker equipment.
    One of many benefits of this home is the versatility the rooms offer to the homeowner. The front door brings you to a lovely 17.1×11.11 hardwood floored room with a larger than life bay window overlooking the front yard that has a partial ranch style fence to accent the roomy outdoors area. This room can be utilized as a dining room or whatever your heart desires. Down the hallway there are three bedrooms ranging from 14×8 which could effortlessly be a home office to 13.9×13.1. Two centralized closets make linen and household item storage convenient, and keeps the home looking prestigious. Access to the full basement is also located on this level. Partially finished with a wet bar, electric fireplace to cuddle up next to, and an indoor brick accented planter and 25.×21.3 feet of space this basement does a lot more than harbor the laundry hookups. Whether you’re watching the Big Game or unwinding after work, this portion of the home is sure to soothe whatever may be ale-ing you.
    Located on the second floor of this structure is the massive yet practical master bedroom suite. Measuring 20.6×17 this room has two windows facing out to the garage, two overlooking the backyard, and another that showcases the back edge of your little piece of the great outdoors.
    If you decide to venture out of this home, there are plenty of neighboring attractions the whole family can enjoy, if you’re not spending time in the garage, or enjoying the shade of the mature trees surrounding your property that is!  Penn’s Peak is only a short drive away, as well as Tamaqua and historic Eckley Miner’s Village. Jim Thorpe along with all the neat little shops, breathtaking views, and food establishments is only a matter of minutes away. Whether you are fishing at Mauch Chunk Lake or Lake Marie you will be more than happy to return to your home sweet home.


About Trish Reznick

Writer. Pessimistic optimist. News junkie. I write real estate advertising pieces, but my heart's in music journalism. To make the real estate biz more exciting I put music references in to a good percentage of my writings. I guess you could call me a liberal. I have an extensive record collection and I prefer them over MP3s any day... unless that particular day I plan on leaving my apartment. Considering I'm an extrovert, that is quite frequently. I'm a scorpio...which is a nice way of saying I have intense mood swings... I thought that was just called being a chick.

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