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2 Beds 2 Baths – Townhouse

Location, Location, Location!
250 Phoenix Drive, Chambersburg, PA

Enjoy privacy and nature in this one owner, brick duplex home, located in the Maple Run Community, within the Borough of Chambersburg! Convenient to shopping, health care and restaurants, it is a great place to enjoy walks throughout the neighborhood! Beautiful hardwood floors run throughout this one level, open concept, 2 bedroom home, with built in cabinets for ample storage, in both full bathrooms. The living room is accented by a gas fireplace.

The spacious master bedroom with walk-in closet and additional shelving, a large eat-in kitchen with extra storage, convenient washer and dryer location, and open family room, leading to the back porch, compliment the home. All appliances convey with the sale.

A private porch overlooks a tree -filled field, for bird and nature lovers. There is a retractable awning by Incredible Awnings, with a remote control for convenience. The walk-in utility shed is large enough to hold all of your lawn and garden supplies. Built in 2002, it is the perfect place to enjoy easy living!
-Two car garage: deep sink and pull-down storage above.
-1842 square footage
-HVAC Central Air, Heat Pump
-Gas Fireplace in Living Room
-Borough Utilities (Average $168.00/month)
-Annual Taxes ($4,077.00)
Asking Price $401,500

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717 264-8235


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