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3 Bedroom 3.5 Bath Single Family Home for Sale in Harrisburg PA under $168,000

3 Bedroom 3.5 Bath Single Family Home for Sale in Harrisburg PA under $168,000

 

Great opportunity in Lower Paxton Township!  Central Dauphin High School! Imagine a 3 bedroom single family home for sale for the price of a townhouse! Hard to believe. This in not a short sale or foreclosure.

 

               3 Bedrooms, 3.5 Baths, 1440 SF, + a Garage for only $167,900!

 

 

Agents:

Please pass this rare opportunity along to your clients

 

Potential Buyers:

Contact me today for a private showing at 514-1793..

 

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Ken Huebsch: Your premier real estate agent in the Greater Harrisburg area.  I am a specialist in Harrisburg real estate as well as the communities of Palmyra, Hershey, and Hummelstown.  My wife Leslye and I have a combined 40+ years' experience serving our clients -We KNOW Harrisburg. When you plan to buy or sell Harrisburg area real estate, allow us to work for you.  We are dedicated professionals and are here for your success. 

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Comment balloon 7 commentsKen and Leslye Huebsch • September 16 2011 01:39PM

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Great price!  Really nice looking home and lot with detached garage.  Surely your buyer will come soon.

Posted by Laura Sargent (Carolina One Real Estate) almost 7 years ago

Laura, I hope you're right!

Posted by Ken and Leslye Huebsch, Realtors - Harrisburg Homes for Sale 717.514.1793 (3x Individual Agent of the Year, Luxury Homes, First-Time Buyers, Residential Resales, New Construction) almost 7 years ago

Very nice listing!  Good luck.   am sure you will get it sold quickly

Posted by D B, e-PRO, Realtor - Bucks County PA - 610-952-3578 almost 7 years ago

Donald, I hope you're right. The sellers deserve it.

Posted by Ken and Leslye Huebsch, Realtors - Harrisburg Homes for Sale 717.514.1793 (3x Individual Agent of the Year, Luxury Homes, First-Time Buyers, Residential Resales, New Construction) almost 7 years ago

I was just going crazy wondering why this didn't come up in my search today for properties to show a buyer tomorrow.  They want to be south of 81.  I will drive them by though.  It looks like a very nice home.

Posted by Melissa Stahl, Realtor, Exit 1st Class Realty almost 7 years ago

Melissa, Thanks for the drive-by. It' s such a great house... and had a dry basment last week! Let me know if you need any more info...

Posted by Ken and Leslye Huebsch, Realtors - Harrisburg Homes for Sale 717.514.1793 (3x Individual Agent of the Year, Luxury Homes, First-Time Buyers, Residential Resales, New Construction) almost 7 years ago
Syracuse looked to be in deenct shape at the opening of the season, with a handfull of MLB experienced players (Flores/Maldonado/Aubrey/Bixler/Bernadina/Frazier), a scattering of supposed prospects (Solano/Marrero/Brown/Whiting), and a group of OG types (Bynum/A.Valdez/McConnell/Fox). The group looked sound defensively, but unfortunately they collectively stumbled out of the gate offensively (with a couple of exceptions). The starting staff was initially filled with MLB experienced pitchers (Maya/Stammen/Detwiler/Mock) and a AA prospect (Milone), who should have been ready for the challenge, and a bullpen with more MLB-experienced arms (JD Martin/Chico/Hyde) and a few prospects (Balester/Carr/Kimball/Rodriguez/Wilkie). The middle-inning pitchers all failed horribly, while the prospects by-and-large either held their ground or advanced. Is part of the overall 1st-half failure on the SYR staff? Undoubtebly, because it ultimately falls on management when the collective fails to perform to expectations. I would however, stop short of making any assumptions on Randy Knoor's managerial skills until the end of the season, as he has won both a League chanpionship in high-A (2009), and the EL All-Star manager's slot (2010).
Posted by Amit almost 6 years ago

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