Our house is up for sale!
In Fairview Heights.
We're asking $135,503...but we'd like to sell soon so we'd be flexible with the price.
The reason we're selling is because we are moving to Edwardsville...closer to where I work, and the wife wanted a LOT of land ...and we break ground soon.
Here is a site with a lot more information and photos on the house:http://www.curtprice.com/117edding/
We put the house on realtor.com last week.REALTOR.COM LINK
But it is for sale by owner.
We're willing to work with a realtor if you have one.
It's a 3 bedroom, 2 full bath, 1 car garage, central air... approx. 1600sq. ft., which includes a partially finished walk-out basement and spacious rooms. The utility area is nice and big, with plenty of room for washer & dryer, workbench, storage, etc. It has vaulted ceilings in the kitchen, dining area and living room.
The house is located on a dead end street with little traffic, close to everything in Fairview Heights (mall, shopping, restaurants, movies), close to Hwy. 64...15 minutes from downtown St. Louis.
This is a well maintained home that was essentially brand new in 2001 when we purchased it because the previous owner bought it to fix it up and sell it...and he gutted it and replaced EVERYTHING. All new in 2001: carpet, tile, cabinets, plumbing, ducts, a/c, furnace, interior doors, trim, etc.
We added numerous additions, including landscaping retaining wall flower beds in front and back, a large concrete patio in the backyard, a two-level deck (we added on the second level), a whole-house humidifier (nice in winter), concrete sidewalk on side of house from driveway to backyard, new roof a few years ago, and a wooden picket fence in backyard, and various other small improvements such as new light fixtures and bathroom vent fans.
We tilled and reseeded the front and back yards after we moved in because the grass was pretty weeded and thin when we bought the place. It's a really good yard now.
If you have a dog, there is a killer setup for dogs. We installed a dog door in the basement window under the deck, and I built a ramp for them that goes down into the utility room where their beds and water bowls are. It's great because you can be gone all day and not have to worry about them being outside in the heat or cold. One of the best things I have ever done.
All appliances stay....dishwasher, stove, hood/microwave, kitchen fridge, downstairs fridge, washer, dryer.
Most of the rooms were painted last year, and the rest were painted a few years ago.
It's a great starter home or home for a small family. There really isn't anything to fix, and like I said, we took good care of it and put a lot of work into additions and whatnot.We're having an open house on Sunday, September 7th from 1-4pm.
If anyone has any questions, feel free to ask.