Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to own a nicely updated 2-family, perfect for an owner occupant or investor, and so close to the Center and Blue Back Square. Lovely 1920’s charm throughout both light and bright units, each freshly painted with refinished hardwood floors. Both units have a similar layout with front porch, living room with fireplace and built-in book shelves, formal dining room, kitchen with pantry, three bedrooms and a full bathroom. The kitchens
Attention investors. Solid two family in need of updating. Rental income in place. Neighborhood setting with nice yard. Separate gas mechanicals for both units. One new hot water heater. Off street parking and carport. Sold as-is. 48 Bliss Street is offered at $89,000. If you’d like to see this home, please have your agent arrange a showing or call me at 860-655-2125 to schedule a visit. More details are available.
Steps from the historic Wethersfield Green in desirable Old Wethersfield, this 2-family would be a great owner-occupant or investor choice. The first floor unit has a charming front porch, open living room and dining room, eat-in kitchen with dishwasher and pantry, a full bathroom and one bedroom. Laundry is located in the basement for the first floor. Upstairs, the second unit encompasses the second and third floors. It features a mudroom space which opens to
Great condition and income on this well maintained 3-family. First floor unit has 3 bedrooms, living room with natural woodwork and built-ins, remodeled bathroom, kitchen with pantry and all new appliances, large back deck, central air, gas heat and hot water. Second floor has 3 bedrooms, living room with access to a porch, kitchen with pantry, full bathroom, oil heat (with newer oil tank) and gas hot water. Third floor has 2 bedrooms, a living
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