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221 Devon Rd, Fairless Hills, PA 19030, MLS# 6337089

 

Located in exciting community of Fairless Hillls in award winning Pennsbury Schools, this bright and airy rancher features replacement windows, vinyl siding, central air, and a Jotus wood stove in the living room.  The home is located at 221 Devon Road, Fairless Hills, PA 19030 and has 3 bedrooms and 1 bath
The bright and airy rancher has been lovingly maintained and offers relaxed carefree one floor living in a peaceful Fairless Hills close to shopping and all major highways. Improvements include: interior painting throughout with warm contemporary colors, neutral carpets, replaced thermal windows and doors, vinyl siding, central air, attractive corner Jotus wood stove in living room ( extremely energy efficient ), updated bathroom, complete clean out of attic and full re-insulation to R 48, GE Hydrowave washer & dryer( new in 2013 ) and beautiful landscaping with hydrangeas, spruce & fruit tress. Sliding glass doors in kitchen offer a panoramic view and lead to your * * OP patio and fenced back yard. Carport with attached shed plus garden shed in yard provide extra storage. This inviting home is awash in sunlight and in absolute move in condition.

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Paul has been selling real estate for over 30 years.. He has consistently been a top producer and has helped hundreds of families sell and buy homes in the area. Paul has achieved the prestigious RE/MAX Home Of Fame designation, the highest award given by RE/MAX. The award is given to those agents who have consistently produced the highest level of sales production and is awarded to less than 1% of all the agents in the world.

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