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Nice Listing on Newbridge Street in Annesgrove

This is truly a lovely home that I was so impressed with, I actually asked the listing agent if I could blog about it for him!  Currently listed for $204,900, the home is a two bedroom bungalow with two full baths.


exterior front


I have to admit, I'm a sucker for a front porch, and this one I really like!  There are two images that come to mind so readily for me - wicker chairs and iced tea in the summer, and handing out candy to kids piled on the porch Halloween night.



kitchen 2A view of the kitchen from the living room area.  The main portion of the house is very bright and open, so you can still visit with guests relaxing in the living room while you put the final touches on dinner.  There's also two bar stools under the counter.



Formal dining area, also open to the living room and kitchen.  The doorway pictured on the left leads to the bedrooms, bathrooms and stairs leading down to the basement.


There's just something about Annesgrove that I've always found appealing.  Yes, there are front porches, cherry kitchens and sidewalks, but it's more than that.  I like the closeness of the neighborhood, the different styles of houses, and the way it feels old even though it's new.  Maybe it's something so simple I can't put my finger on it, but I know I like Annesgrove!

Comment balloon 4 commentsSharon Wager • July 18 2008 01:39PM


Sharon, wow, that is a nice home he has listed, nice style

Posted by * Rate A Home (Rate A Home) almost 9 years ago

Woah.... that is a beautiful looking house. For $200k.. i'm pondering why i'm living in San Diego with real estate averaging $560,000. Sure can't beat some of the prices in your neighborhood!

Posted by Erelopro Out of Business, Relocation Professionals are out of business (erelopro) almost 9 years ago

LOL - probably has to do with 180" of snow in a year, but that's just a guess ;-)

Posted by Sharon Wager, "Your Blue Jean Agent" (Hunt Real Estate) almost 9 years ago

Sharon, hhmmm, interesting thought, maybe the snow we get is the problem with prices, there's a post for ya.

Posted by * Rate A Home (Rate A Home) almost 9 years ago