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16 West 6th Street
Bridgeport, PA
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Fixer upper offering sweat equity!

$ Click for current price
1 BATHROOMS (1 full)
1747 Square Feet

Fixer upper offering sweat equity in Upper Merion School District! Opportunity knocking! Large, solid twin in Upper Merion School District ready for modernization. Perfect candidate to move in and fix it up for a ton of sweat equity. Great room sizes, hardwood flooring under carpet throughout the home. Large kitchen can be remodeled into something spectacular. Potential for a powder room on the first floor. Large bedrooms, updated windows, clean and dry basement, newer furnace, fenced in rear yard, cozy front porch. Exterior has been taken care of and is solid, tight home, no leaks, aluminum capped, etc. Now just put your touches inside. Perfect candidate for the FHA 203k program where you can finance… the purchase price & the repairs into one, low rate mortgage!! Contractor`s estimate available so you can renovate this home to your liking & include that in the mortgage!

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