PLAINVILLE – Prospective homeowners can check out three properties on the market this Sunday in Plainville.
From 11 a.m., to 1 p.m. two properties will have open houses on James Place and Prentice Street.
A three-bedroom, three-bath custom built colonial is listed for $399,900 at 3 James Place.
“The neighborhood is very family friendly,” said Tabitha Manafort of TWM Development LLC. “It’s a newer development with all the latest amenities.”
The 2,520 square foot house features a 400 square foot “bonus” room and open floor plan with hardwood floors. There are separate laundry and mud rooms and gas fireplace.
The master bedroom includes a walk-in closet and custom tiled master bath with double vanity.
More information can be found by contacting Tabitha Manafort at (860) 919-5353
A three-bedroom, two bath Cape Cod style home is listed for $179,900 at 23 Prentice Street.
“It has a lot of charm to it,” said Amy Bartolucci of Showcase Realty. “It has two fireplaces.”
The 1,208 square foot house features a eat-in kitchen and formal dinning room. The three bedrooms are located on the upper level which has a full bath.
A large back deck in the back features an electric awning. There is also a walk out basement.
More information can be found by contacting Amy Bartolucci at (860) 817-1108
Also on Sunday from 6 p.m., to 8 p.m., the public can tour a three-bedroom, four-bath colonial at 23 Peach Orchard Hill for a list price of $329,900.
“It’s in a great neighborhood,” said Doreen Corriveau of Keller Williams Realty. “It’s definitely good for a family.”
The 2,779 square foot home sits on more than a half acre of land and features a eat-in kitchen with quartz counter tops. Off the kitchen is a dining room with hardwood floors.
The house has two fireplaces with a finished basement which features a bar.
More information can be found by contacting Doreen Corriveau at (860) 250-4443.
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