September 01, 2013

One Cute Bungalow Sold ~ But Another Still Can Be Yours!

SOLD! ~ 1403 S. Fulton Street
Greg Rapp just closed the deal on this über cute brick bungalow in the Fulton Heights Neighborhood. This charming little all~brick, 3-bedroom home has all the charm of the bungalow style, many original details of its 1930's era, a fabulous yard, and sitting porch ~ but needed a little TLC to bring it to modern living standards. 

If you missed the opportunity to buy into the Fulton Street bungalow ~ and investing time and elbow grease is not your cup of tea ~ it's not too late!

927 N Main ~ c. 1928 Brick Bungalow ~ $149,900
Greg has another c.1928 brick bungalow, impeccably restored, with all the charm and MORE, in the North Main Neighborhood (NOMA)! This 3-bedroom, 1.5 bath brick home at 927 N. Main is immaculate and not only move-in ready but live-in ready ~ with a GREAT landscaped yard, modern cook's kitchen, restored hardwood floors throughout, and the coziest front sitting porch you will ever want in your life (one look and you'll see why!)!

927 N. Main additionally has a rear-access alleyway with solid cinder-block two-car garage. You'll be able to enjoy dining al fresco on your patio amid mature maples and fig trees, to the sound of your built-in water feature.

A bungalow is a single-story house, the design of which originated in India, where it was typically a small home featuring a veranda. The British adopted the style into their summerhouses in the 1600s and the bungalow later became famous in America with a high-status connotation. The bungalows of today have evolved and offer many advantages to the occupants of these
distinctive homes.

The early 20thcentury American bungalow, due to its single-story design and moderate and open space, is an affordable living style due to modest heating and cooling requirements compared to other types of properties with multiple floors. AND . . . the bungalow is often the best investment in terms of home ownership: The property value of bungalow homes is not likely to decline. This architectural style has withstood the test of time, and a well-maintained house will have a higher resale value even during hard times. Its unique look is often a good selling point compared to recent development properties, many of which look the same.

So you missed out on one brick bungalow in Salisbury ~ (you gotta move fast on these!) ~ but the 927 N Main bungalow perched on its banked lot is awaiting you! Just move in and start enjoying the bungalow life ~ no TLC or elbow grease required! This home is so perfect, it's almost too good to be true ~ contact Salisbury Realtor Greg Rapp ~ 704.213.6846 / ~ and come see for yourself!

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