1800 Cedar Cove Way #5, Woodbridge, VA : $249,000

Nesbitt Realty Rebate: $736 The estimated rebate is based on a buyer's agent commission of 3%. Contact us to learn the exact rebate amount.
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MUST SEE BEAUTIFUL END UNIT TOWNHOUSE CONDO WITH GARAGE, STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES, LIGHT FIXTURES!!! 4 Spacious Bedrooms with 2 master Suites. Open Floor plan with lots of windows. CLOSE TO I-95, Express Lane Exit, SHOPPING CTRS, OUTLET MALL,VRE STATION, VERY CONVENIENT LOCATION, MUST SEE.

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List Price
$249,000
Nesbitt Realty Rebate: $736The estimated rebate is based on a buyer's agent commission of 3%. Contact us to learn the exact rebate amount.
Beds
4
Baths
2 full, 1 half baths
Living area
n/a
Above Grade Area Finished
n/a
Lot size
n/a
Year built
2005
Property Type
Residential Townhouse
Style
Contemporary
MLS #
PW9891897
Listing Status
Active
Days on market
9
Last updated
03/22/2017

Schools

Elementary School
High School

Interior

Dining Kitchen
Kit-Breakfast Bar, Liv-Din Combo
Fireplaces
1
Interior Features
Floor Plan-Open
Upper Floor 1 Baths
2
Upper Floor 1 Bedrooms
4
Upper Floor 1 Half Baths
1
Stories
2
Story List
Upper 1
Structure List
Above Grade

Exterior

Exterior
Brick and Siding
Garage Spaces
1
Garage Type
Attached
Other Structures
Above Grade
Parking
Garage
Townhouse Type
Upper

Utilities

Cooling
Central Air Conditioning
Cooling Fuel
Natural Gas
Heating
Forced Air
Heating Fuel
Electric
Hot Water
Natural Gas
Sewer Septic
Public Sewer
Water
Public

Listing Information

Listing Date
2017-03-20
Original List Price
$249,000
Listing Type
Excl. Agency
Listing Transaction Type
Standard
Ownership
Condo
Possession
Seller Rent Back

Tax Info

Tax Year
2016
County Tax
$2,532.35
County Tax Freq
Annually
Special Tax Assessment
$164.76
Special Tax Assessment Freq
Annually
Total Taxes
$2,772.80
Total Taxes Freq
Annually
Assessment Year
2016
Land Assessment Amount
$60,200.00
Land Assessment Payment Freq
Annually
Improvement Assessment Amt
$165,500.00
Improvement Assessment Freq
Annually
Total Assessment
$225,700.00
Total Assessment Payment Freq
Annually
Tax Legal Subdivision
The Commons On William S
Zoning Code
R16
Public Record Key
10369506713
Tax Total Living Area
1,968 sq.ft.

Association

Condo Coop Fee
$297.00
Condo Coop Payment Freq
Monthly
Community Fee Includes
Lawn Care front, Lawn Care rear, Lawn Care side, Lawn Maintenance, Master Ins Policy
Community Rules
Other

More Details

Disclosures
Prop Disclosure
Entry Level
Other
Handicap
Other
Pets Allowed
Phase
2
Refuse Fee
$47.00
Total Tours
1
VOW List
1

Listing courtesy of Classic Realty, Ltd.


1800 Cedar Cove Way #5, Woodbridge, VA 22191

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The multiple listing data appearing on this website, or contained in reports produced therefrom, comes in part from Metropolitan Regional Information Systems ("MRIS"). The information provided is for the viewer's personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties the viewer may be interested in purchasing. All real estate listings include detailed information about them that includes the name of the listing brokers and therefore may reference real estate listing(s) held by a brokerage other than the broker and/or agent who owns this web site.

All listing data, including, but not limited to, square footage and lot size is believed to be accurate, but the listing agent, listing broker and respective Multiple Listing Services and their affiliates do not warrant or guarantee such accuracy. Therefore, all data should be personally verified through personal inspection by and/or with the appropriate professionals. Listing data last updated 03-29-2017.

The listing information on this web site is from various brokers who participate in IDX.

Copyright 2017 MRIS. All rights reserved.
This IDX solution is (c) Nesbitt Realty 2017.

 

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