This Multi-Family in Worcester, MA recently sold for $72,500.
This property features 10 total rooms, 5 bedrooms, 0.10 acres, and was sold by
Richard Trifone – RE/MAX Vision
The total renovation of this one level living home is near completion and will be ready to call home by December 1st!! Lots of space in this 6 room 3 bedroom Ranch that features a recently renovated over sized kitchen with granite counter-tops, new dishwasher, side by side refrigerator with ice maker and new range with vented hood. An extra room just off the kitchen is drenched in sunlight all year and would make a wonderful cozy den area. Bedrooms are vibrant, gender neutral colors and common areas are soft neutral tones. Restored hardwoods and new flooring throughout. Full basement with washer and dryer included. Large yard at the end of a dead end street. All this is just about a 5 minute ride to UMASS Hospital!! No smokers, small pets will be considered. $20 credit check fee.
This property features 5 total rooms, 1 full bath, 3 bedrooms, and is currently available for $1,775.
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