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727 Highway 1
403-Hants County Mount Uniacke B0N 1Z0

$25,000
Residential beds: 0 baths: 0.0 650 sq. ft. built: 1953

Main Photo: 727 Highway 1 in Mount Uniacke: 403-Hants County Residential for sale (Annapolis Valley)  : MLS®# 201900034
Status:
Active
Prop. Type:
Residential
MLS® Num:
201900034
Year Built:
1953
Aging bungalow on nice building lot in a great location. The value is in the land. Home does not have a foundation, so if buyer would like to remove it and build new the cost is less.
Highway 1 to Mount Uniacke
Listing Sub-Area:
403-Hants County
Property Type:
Residential
Residential Type:
Single Family
Title To Land:
Freehold
Home Style:
Bungalow
Exterior Finish:
Wood Shingles
Year built:
1953 (Age: 66)
Age:
65
Bedrooms:
0
Bedrooms Above Grade:
0
Bedrooms Below Grade:
0
Full Bathrooms:
0
Half Bathrooms:
0
Main Living Area:
650 sq. ft.
Total Living Area:
650 sq. ft.
Building Dimenions:
Irregular
Prop Size:
Under 0.5 Acres
Lot Details:
10,922 sf
Zoning:
Gen
Water Supply:
Well
Sewer:
Septic
Foundation:
Wood
Floor Finish:
None
Roof:
Asphalt Shingle
Basement:
None
Heating:
None
Fuel:
None
Utilities:
Other
Garage:
None
Garage Description:
None
Parking Description:
Single driveway
Driveway:
Single
None
None
Park, Playground, School Bus Service, Golf Course
Partially Cleared
No
Assessment:
35800.0
Assessment Year:
2018
Rental Income:
No
Betterment Charges:
Neg
Possession Info:
Neg
Listed Date:
Dec 31, 2018
Days on Mkt:
18
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Listing information last updated on January 2, 2019 at 07:26 PM (UTC)
Area Statistics
Listings on market:
130
Avg list price:
$267,400
Min list price:
$25,000
Max list price:
$1,799,000
Avg days on market:
159
Min days on market:
3
Max days on market:
1,362
Avg price per sq.ft.:
$152.79
These statistics are generated based on the current listing's property type and located in 403-Hants County. Average values are derived using median calculations.
John Keogh