105 Wilson Avenue
105 Wilson Avenue Port Monmouth, New Jersey 07758 United States

$339,800
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Pride of ownership abounds! Impressive stone pillars and beautiful manicured shrubs frame the oversize driveway while the paver sidewalk draws your eye toward this wedgewood blue; newly painted cottage-ranch style home. Inside, the open floor...

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Listing Courtesy of Frank Bardell
3
Bedrooms
1
Full Bath
1
Partial Bath
.11 Acres
Exterior
Single Family Homes
Property type
1933
Year Built
22108951
Web Id
22108951
MLS ID
Middletown Township
School District
New Monmouth
Elementary
Thorne
Middle
Middle North
High
27
days ago
This Property is Currently Contract Pending

About 105 Wilson Avenue

Pride of ownership abounds! Impressive stone pillars and beautiful manicured shrubs frame the oversize driveway while the paver sidewalk draws your eye toward this wedgewood blue; newly painted cottage-ranch style home. Inside, the open floor plan and recent improvements ''throughout'' will continue to please. Hardwood floors in the living room that continue down the hall. The kitchen has 42'' cabinetry, stainless appliances, stone counters and a large peninsula that provides room for all guests. Off the kitchen, the addition includes a custom bar accented with shiplap. The ''ideal place'' to watch a game or unwind. Three spacious bedrooms and one and a half bath.

Listing Courtesy of Frank Bardell, Unknown Agency

Amenities

  • Attic

features

Style
Ranch
Additional Listing Type
In Contract

PROPERTY INFORMATION

Basement
No
Heating
Natural Gas
Parking Description
Asphalt, Oversized Drive
Sewer
Public Sewer, Public Water
Style
Cottage/Bungalow, Ranch
Waterfront
No

EXTERIOR

Exterior Features
Fence, Outdoor Lighting, Shed, Storage
Lot Description
Fenced Area, Level
Roofing
Flat, Shingled, Timberline

INTERIOR

Flooring
Ceramic, Tile, W/W Carpet, Wood
Interior Features
Attic, Attic - Other, Bay/Bow Window, Bonus Room, Wet Bar
Rooms
8

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ANNUAL PROPERTY TAX
$4, 304
Listing Courtesy of Frank Bardell