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1842 Park Street
Harrisburg, PA 17103
Property is in an area that a potential buyer could get a $5000 grant from PNC! Nice large 4 bedroom home with 1 full bath on 2nd floor and 1/2 bathroom on main living floor. Kitchen is remodeled with nice countertops. Gas range and stainless steel refrigerator included. Newer flooring throughout the home with full marble bathroom that is a head turner. Home has 2 car garage out back to utilize. Setup your showing before it's to late.
Listing courtesy of BRIGHT / Iron Valley Real Estate of Central PA
Last updated Nov 19, 2022
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This townhouse located in East Harrisburg, Harrisburg, PA 17103 is currently for sale for $130,000. 1842 Park Street is a 1,386 square foot townhouse with 4 beds and 2 baths. 1842 Park Street is in the East Harrisburg neighborhood of Harrisburg and has a WalkScore® of 74, making it very walkable.
Listing Courtesy of: BRIGHT
and Iron Valley Real Estate of Central PA.
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