Very Nice Piedmont Bungalow

by Tom Bridge on January 30, 2009

When it comes to Duluth Homes there are some very nice ones in the Piedmont Heights Neighborhood. This area also boasts what is on average probably the newest overall neighborhood in town. I am talking about the age of the houses of course. With an abundance of homes built since the 1950’s and many in the 70’s. By local standards that’s pretty new.

But lets get to the point. Two of the better listings I have had recently have been in that area. The first was 2310 Hutchinson which had an offer pending within about 10 days of listing and now 2529 Hagberg Rd.

Priced at $127,900. 2529 Hagberg was built in 1950 and sits on a 50 x 170 foot lot, has newer vinyl maintenance free siding and a 2 car garage. It is a home that has been foreclosed, but is in very good condition. There are 2 bedrooms on the main floor and 1 upstairs with lots of storage space. The upper room could also be used as an office area. There is a full basement in very good condition.

Upstairs Room

The home could use some minor updates. Such as new linoleum in the kitchen and some paint here and there. Unfortunately the home did freeze and needs new water lines. I have gotten an estimate for $2,100 and with the right offer the seller would pay for that. Fortunately this home has forced air heat and the cold is not an issue there.

Nice Backyard

I know right now it’s hard to imagine sitting out in the backyard relaxing on a nice summer day with the barbecue going. Especially considering how cold the winter has been so far. But this is a good yard to do it in. Plenty of space and partially fenced it begs to be used in just that way.

Well that concludes this report on Duluth Real Estate. Thanks for visiting and stay warm. I’ll write another soon.

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