130 South Spruce Street - Annville, PA
A completely renovated and remodeled 1-story, all brick rancher. 0.24 acre corner lot.
  • Parcel ID#: 18-2316935-365689-0000
  • County: Lebanon
  • Type: 1-story Ranch
  • Year Built: 1957
  • Acres: 0.24
  • Square Feet: 1,200 (above grade) and 350 (below grade)
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Baths: 1
  • Garage: Yes
  • Heating: Oil, hot water baseboard
  • Cooling: Yes
  • Township: Annville Township
  • School District: Annville-Cleona
  • Taxes: $3,004 (as per MLS)

1,200SF (above grade) & 350SF (below grade). All HARDWOODS were professionally finished. Spacious LIVING ROOM w/ lots of natural light and coat closet. Brand NEW KITCHEN with Concrete countertops, Soft close, dovetail custom cabinets with crown moulding, Tile backsplash, NEW SS appliances, SS single bowl deep sink w/ NEW faucet and a NEW drop down SS hood. There are (3) hall entered BEDROOMS all having HARDWOOD floors and double closets. Lights were added on all ceilings. Home has (1) FULL BATH that is has been remodeled with NEW paint, flooring and light fixture along with a NEW comfort height vanity with faucet. Central A/C. Full attic. Full, partially finished BASEMENT. The finished area in the basement is great for game room or family room and is HEATED! Plenty of storage and workspace area in the basement along with washer and dryer area and wash sink. Out back is a 1-car detached garage w/ shed addition. NEW roof. Newer windows. NEW paint and NEW custom window treatments. Quiet neighborhood with walking access right down the street to the Quitty Creek!

For more information please contact the Bering Real Estate Co office at 717.641.3729.

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This was a great team to work with. They knew their stuff and the area. It was nice to get another opinion after looking at many houses but yet kept comparing everyone to the house we ended up buying. They knew when to push and keep us calm at the same time. It didn’t matter who we looked at houses with from the team, they seemed to know what we wanted and obviously compared notes. So it wasn’t like we had to break someone in.

— E. Moyer