141 Park Lane, Glenmoore, PA – Just Listed

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141 Park Lane, Glenmoore, PA

Just Listed

$ Click for current price

What an amazing property! Tucked in the Village of Glenmoore this classic home offers so much for every kind of buyer. Are you an outdoors person? Then this 2.9 acre lot with both wooded and open areas as well as a creek will allow you to enjoy every season and all the wildlife that goes with it from deer to fox to birds and even salamanders. You’re also located just a couple minutes to the Marsh Creek State Park, the Brandywine Creek, Springton Lake Park and the vast trail systems covering Chester County. The outdoors could also mean ball fields, playground equipment and tennis courts too. Well, look no further than across the street to the Wagenseller Park which has these amenities and a large picnic pavilion. The home itself will amaze you just like the property does. This was a traditional 3-bedroom home in the “old days” but along came the in-law suite. Whether you need the in-law suite or not, it would make a large and very wonderful master suite. It also has its own separate entrance. Maybe your “at home” college student could make this their apartment “away” from home. Typically, you wouldn’t think of older homes as having much storage space but this one is not your ordinary “old home”. There are plenty of closets, storage rooms, basement space as well as a walk-up attic. It even comes with a couple sheds for your outdoor lawn equipment. No more taking away from that garage space like before. Now you’ll have use of a full 2 car garage. Some of the upgrades and features of this lovely home include beautiful hardwood floors, updated kitchen, windows, roof, heater. When asked what the seller loves the most, these words instantly came out… “Privacy, Quietness, Serene, Comfortable”. This home, property and amenities far exceeds its asking price so you will want to take a look at it quickly so it doesn’t get scooped up by someone else. As they say, “The nicest ones go first”. Hurry!