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Listed by Kevin Casey of Green Light Real Estate
Showings begin at the Open House this Saturday July 17th 11:00AM-2:00 PM Kayak in the summer and ice skate in the winter right out of your back door. Located in the Meadows midway between Downtown and the Recreation Fields it's a short walk to the Pool, Skate Park, and new Mountain Bike Trails . A short walk to downtown for the Saturday Farmers Market or a cup of coffee and a Pastry at Birchgrove Bakery. Built in 1850 when Zachary Taylor was President (3rd Shortest Presidency in the nation behind Garfield and William Henry Harrison , I bet you didn't think you'd learn anything from a real estate listing!) this house has been brought back from the brink by the current owner who has done numerous improvements inside and out including refinished hardwood floors, new bathrooms, a bonus room on the second floor with its own bathroom, new deck , Koi pond, paint inside and out, electrical, plumbing and other systems . A rare opportunity to buy over half an acre walkable to downtown. Located next to the North Branch River this property recently received its Elevation Certificate and LOMA to remove it from the floodplain. So hop in your kayak, canoe, paddleboard, skateboard, scooter, or jetpack and stop by and take a look.

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