This newly constructed house is close to everything. Yet it is far from it all -- from traffic, from crowds of people and from all the noise of city and suburban living.
If you stop and listen intently, you might hear the rustle of leaves from a breeze or the sound of an owl. Still, a Super WaWa is only 6 minutes down the road and a Walmart is even closer.
Within a fraction of a mile, the new owners will find thousands of acres of state preserved forest and wildlife reserves.
The location of the property is about 2.5 miles from the intersection of the Black Horse Pike and Malaga Road by the Walmart in Williamstown.
The size of the lot is approximately 4 acres -- mostly covered with pines and oaks. Dimensions are approximately 225 feet (frontage) by 900 feet (depth). The house sits 185 feet off the roadway for greater privacy.
The house type is rancher. Square footage of living space is 1,650. However, the house has a full basement of 1,650 square feet. The basement has 9 foot ceilings, will be sheet rocked and fully wired with outlets every 5 feet.
The house has three bedrooms, two full bathrooms and has a living room and back family room. The kitchen dining area looks over the back woods with plenty of room for outdoor expansion.
The property is serviced by a brand new septic system and brand new private well.
Unlike many other listings, every aspect and component of the dwelling in brand new. Nothing has been refurbished or restored. We did not gut an old house or use an old septic system or well.
This beautiful house in the woods is expected to be listed for sale around October 18th when it is finished. It will be ready for occupancy around November 1.
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This home will be listed for a price of between $345,000 and $359,000. Sellers are open to a pre-MLS arrangement whereby both sellers and buyers save on transaction costs.
“I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived." ~~ Henry David Thoreau, 1842