Featured Home: Gem on the Corner of Church and Deidra
WARWICK, RI — This week‘s featured home, listed by our team with Keller Williams Realty at $249,900, is a gem on the corner of Church Avenue and Deidra Court at 668 Church Ave.
The property is set on a great 17,000 sq. ft. lot, set back nicely off the street with a ton of room in the fenced in back yard. A noble home with the signature gambrel roof line, it’s a perfect example of a home that has been well taken care of and with a couple minor tweaks, it will be totally modern, and shine.
There are carpets in most ofthe rooms, although underneath those carpets, beautiful hardwoods are ready to be buffed and walked on. There is some wall paper that many contemporary buyers will want to remove, however, thehome is in excellent condition. The kitchen, baths, mechanical aspects, windows, exterior doors and roof are all very new.
For car lovers, you have an over-sized two-car garage with room for a work shop as well!
With 1,584 square feet of living space (not including the partially finished basement) and 4 beds 1.5 baths, 668 Church is one ofthe best homes in Warwick at under $250,000.
To find out more about Church Avenue or any other home in the Statewide Multiple Listing Service please check ou twww.Findmydreamhome.net or for great tips on selling your home visit http://ridreamhome.7sellertips.com and we’ll provide free insight on how to maximize your selling price.
When listing your home, one of our tips oftheweek is to ask each agent you interview whether they shoot photos themselves or use a professional photographer. If shooting themselves, ask them what kind of camera they use. Listing photos are the first thing a potential buyer sees, the first thing that will draw a buyer in and if your photos are sub par, you better believe that is costing you views online which in turn will cost you money.
Hope everyone is enjoying “sweater weather” and keep your eyes peeled for our black sign on Church Avenue!
Rob has worked as reporter and editor for several publications, including The Kent County Daily Times and Coventry Courier, before working for Gatehouse in MA then moving home with Patch Media. Now he's publisher and editor of WarwickPost.com. Contact him at [email protected] with tips, press releases, advertising inquiries, and concerns.