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House of the Week: A Private Beauty in Bradford Woods

This charming home, located in the North Allegheny School District, offers plenty of room inside and out.



21 Chestnut Road, Bradford Woods, PA 15015


Enjoy plenty of privacy in this colonial-style home situated on more than two (level) acres in Bradford Woods. 



Features include a doubled-sided brick fireplace that divides the family room and kitchen.


The country kitchen includes a built-in grill, center island and eating area and lots of cabinets for storage.


The formal living room features a fireplace, pocket doors to the sitting room/den (possible 4th bedroom) with plenty of natural light, beautiful woodwork and built-in cabinetry. 


The family room includes built-in bookshelves and access to a spacious enclosed back porch. Also on the first floor is a laundry and full bath. The full basement is perfect for refinishing.


On the second floor is the master bedroom with double closets and a full bath. In addition, there are two more spacious bedrooms and a remodeled main bathroom.


Outside, the huge yard affords plenty of room for any activity. A Governor's drive provides extra parking.
 



 

Sales Price:

  • $624,900

Bed/Bath:

  • 3 Bedroom/3 Baths 



 

To schedule a visit:

Dan Kite, Northwood Realty Services
dankite@northwood.com
Office: 412-367-3200
Mobile: 412-720-5483

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