44085

$350,000

Details

  • $350,000
  • Bank Foreclosure
  • Detached , Detached - 2 Storey
  • Size: 4,929 Sq Ft.

A Bank Foreclosure is a property that has been repossessed by the bank because the owner was not able to make the required mortgage payments for the property. When this happens, the bank is now considered as the owner of the property. Most of the time, banks are not ready to own homes. That is why typically, they are eager to sell these homes to buyers at a very attractive price. Although their asking (list) price is provided, you may also present a reasonable offer below this list price. If there is no Listing Agent available, you can make offers yourself and contact the bank directly.This contemporary 2 storey home is located on a private serene lot with lovely water frontage on Miller Lake. This home is very unique with a spacious kitchen, formal living and dining rooms, main floor family room, bedroom and full bathroom. On the upper level you’ll find the master suite with 2 walk-in closets, balcony and en-suite bath. Two bedrooms – one with an overlook to the dining room below, office and bathroom complete this level. The lower level has a walkout with a den, office, rec room and two piece bath. This is home needs someone to put it back to it’s former glory and would be a great project. Do not go on the decks they are not safe. Property being sold “as is, where is”. Any leased equipment must be assumed or paid out by the purchasers.

Notes: This contemporary 2 storey home is located on a private serene lot with lovely water frontage on Miller Lake. This home is very unique with a spacious kitchen, formal living and dining rooms, main floor family room, bedroom and full bathroom. On the upper level you’ll find the master suite with 2 walk-in closets, balcony and en-suite bath. Two bedrooms – one with an overlook to the dining room below, office and bathroom complete this level. The lower level has a walkout with a den, office, rec room and two piece bath. This is home needs someone to put it back to it’s former glory and would be a great project. Do not go on the decks they are not safe. Property being sold “as is, where is”. Any leased equipment must be assumed or paid out by the purchasers.

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