Located on a long cul-de-sac with a view of the surrounding area, this magnificent Tudor home is unlike anything on the market. From the stone-lined gardens, past the gargoyles guarding and through the leaded glass front door, you'll be transported to another time and place as you enter the home. With exquisite detail and woodwork throughout, you'll discover a large living room or den with hardwood floors and deep rich crown molding. The Formal dining room provides the ideal setting for a quiet dinner party. The Eat-in kitchen with cherry cabinets, ceramic floor and hand painted borders will entice anyone to start cooking! The 1st Floor also includes a family room with a fireplace and the laundry. The lower level is finished into an additional family room and wetbar with a beautiful Irish Pub look. Upstairs is an incredible English Bath, deep picture frame molding in the hall, and a full master suite. The yard includes beautiful gardens and views.
|Aug 23, 2013||Sold||$272,000||-9.3%|
|Jun 04, 2013||Pending||$299,900||—|
|Jun 03, 2013||Relisted||$299,900||—|
|Nov 13, 2012||Pending||$299,900||—|
|Nov 06, 2012||Listed / Active||$299,900||—|
|Name||Type||Grades||Students||GreatSchools Rating *||Distance|
|Macungie Elementary School||Public||K-5||480||
|Eyer Middle School||Public||6-8||898||
|Emmaus High School||Public||9-12||2590||
|Emmaus Baptist Academy||Private||1-12||34||
|Shoemaker Elementary School||Public||K-5||740||
|St Ann Elementary School||Private||K-8||275||
|Jefferson Elementary School||Public||K-5||282||
|First Impressions Child Care Center||Private||K-K||14||
|Lincoln Elementary School||Public||K-5||415||
* GreatSchools scores are based on a scale from 1 to 10, where 10 is above average.
Schools with a green circle serve 4743 HALE LANE, schools with a red circle do not. Schools with an orange circle are either private or do not have a defined service area and may not serve 4743 HALE LANE.
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