“SF Home for Sale: 206 White Birch Drive; Waterbury, CT”
For information about this or any other property in Connecticut, please call or text Ruth Zeiss at (347) 556-0014 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. MLS# W107106.
Located in the Bunker Hill Section of Waterbury, and priced at just $175,000, 206 White Birch Drive, is an oversized raised ranch in pristine condition. The sellers purchased the house from the builder and they have retained every receipt and record for the last 30+ years.
Energy Efficient, winters are warm and summers are cool. Heating costs are an unbelievable $600 a year! New oil furnace in ’08 supplements a Bio Brick burning wood stove in the finished basement. 6-8 Bio Bricks keep the house so warm, you can wear your shorts in the winter. Low E replacement windows allow radiant heat to warm the house in the winter, yet reflect the hotter summer rays to keep the house cooler in the summer.
It’s a staycation all summer long on your new 2 tiered deck overlooking a new above ground pool and the distant views.
Back inside 206 White Birch Drive, all the bedrooms are oversized; each could hold at least a queen sized bed with nightstands and dressers.
The living room’s bay window opens to let the fresh air in. Curl up in front of the fireplace and read a book, spend time with your guests or just look out the window and daydream.
Les Care cabinets in the large eat in kitchen are pristine. According to Architectural Digest, while trendy colors like avocado green and harvest gold go in and out of style, classic ivory is always in style. For an inexpensive reboot, change out the cabinet doors, add a backsplash, and granite countertops.
The neighborhood is home to many of Waterbury’s police and firefighters so it’s one of the 1st streets to be plowed during storms. Come see the pride with which the neighbors take care of their property.
Close to shopping, dining, commuter trains, highways, schools, and outdoor activities you’ll be happy to call 206 White Birch Drive, home.
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