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203 Jutland Way Unit 248
Red Lion, PA 17356
Welcome to 203 Jutland Way in the desirable Paddock 55+ Community. Immaculately maintained Justice villa at the Paddock at Equine Meadows offers one floor living with a two car garage WHY BUILD WHEN YOU CAN MOVE RIGHT IN to this opportunity in this brand new community? (Seller will come back in October for a one year walk thru.) No Grass to mow and No Snow to plow! One floor living - 2 BR - 2 BA - 2 Car Garage with FULL BASEMENT with 2 standard size windows and a 15 lite door that exits to the back of the home and a 3 piece rough in for a futyre full bath. Options include 5' Bump Out--(Making Bedroom One -Three feet bigger and Bedroom Two- Two feet Bigger)Cathedral Ceiling, 12 X 10 DECK with privacy. Rear views extend high above the homes behind so that you're not looking in your neighbors window. Bedroom 2/ Den includes a small window. Eat In Kitchen is open to Living room,has a built in Buffet/ lower cabinets with countertop, a Pantry and slider to deck. Home conveys new Refrigerator, washer & dryer. Minutes to several grocery store choices, restaurants, parks, pharmacies and medical facilities. See the entire list of Upgrades that were added in the seller's disclosure.
Listing courtesy of BRIGHT / House Broker Realty LLC
Last updated Sep 28, 2022
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Breakfast Area, Carpet, Ceiling Fan(s), Combination Dining/Living, Dining Area, Entry Level Bedroom, Family Room Off Kitchen, Floor Plan - Open, Floor Plan - Traditional, Kitchen - Eat-In, Pantry, Recessed Lighting, Walk-in Closet(s)
Living Room, Dining Room, Bedroom 2, Kitchen, Bedroom 1, Laundry, Other, Bathroom 2, Full Bath
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I-83 to S Queen St exit - Rt 74S - L onto Pauline Dr - R onto Springwood Rd - Proceed thru Yoe at traffic light - L on Shetland - Community on Left.
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