Premiere Real Estate Auction - Fairway Estates | Bering Real Estate Co.™ | Bering Real Estate Co.™

An all brick, handicapped accessbile ranch style home located in a pristine neighborhood up for Public Auction. 

Home Tour: Sun. Nov. 12 from 1PM to 3PM

  • ID #: 35-027-377-000-0000
  • All brick exterior, ranch style home
  • Built in 2001
  • 0.25 acres 
  • 2,170 SF above grade and an additional 700 SF below grade
  • Handicapped accessible in all hall and doorways (3 feet wide)  
  • 4 bedrooms 
  • 4 full baths 
  • Living room 
  • Kitchen (Refrigerator, Microwave, Dishwasher, Gas Stove and Trash Compactor) 
  • Dining room 
  • Office (Den with custom built-in desk and cabinets) 
  • Laundry room (Cabinets and closets) 
  • Large finished basement with additional storage 
  • Large walk-in closet 
  • Recessed lighting
  • 2-car garage 
  • Central A/C
  • Large concrete patio with hot tub
  • Outside lighting around patio, garage and porch 
  • Fenced yard 
  • Gas hot water heat
  • Radon removal system
  • Shingle roof
  • Public water and public sewer
  • Large storage building in rear of home
  • Hard wired security system on all windows and doors 
  • Heat, smoke and carbon monoxide sensors in every room including basement and garage 
  • Central Dauphin Schools - Lower Paxton Township 
  • Built by Yingst Homes
  • Property is situated right next to Colonial Country Club 
  • OVER $27,000 OF RECENT IMPROVEMENTS HAVE BEEN DONE TO THIS HOME!!

A 10% deposit due day of auction.  Balance due in 60 days.  A 10% Buyer's Premium will be added to the final purchase price to be paid by the Buyer(s).  Buyer(s) responsible for 2% PA transfer tax and deed prep.  Property sold AS IS, WHERE IS with NO CONTINGENCIES. 

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What Our Clients Say

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