Home Sales in the Bowers School District in Manchester CT
The Bowers School District in Manchester CT is one of the sought after areas of affordable homes in Manchester. With its tree-lined and sidewalked streets, the Bowers School District has a quiet neighborhood feel while being close enough to schools, playgrounds, restaurants, and shops.
There is a variety of architectural styles in the area, but many are capes and colonials built in the 1940s and 1950s. Many of the homes in the Bowers School District have been upgraded and showcase the solid construction and beautiful woodwork reminiscent of the era. Anyone who is lucky enough to find a house in need of updating may find a true bargain and a diamond in the rough.
Ask anyone in Manchester what they think of Princeton Street and they will probably say it is one of the most beautiful streets in Manchester. The street is wide, with a canopy of trees over it, and the houses are beautifully cared for. The side streets and the surrounding areas have their own charm as well.
During the last quarter of 2010, there were seven homes that closed in the Bowers School District.
220 Middle Turnpike: A fully remodeled two-bedroom, two-bathroom cape with 1229 sq. ft. and brand new kitchen sold for $165,500.
87 White Street: A well-kept three-bedroom, two-bathroom cape with 1229 sq. ft., a beautiful deck, and central air for $176,000.
265 Henry Street: An adorable two-bedroom, one-bathroom cape with 1480 sq. ft. with beautiful hardwood floors, a screened in porch, and a fenced in back yard for $165,000.
25 Cole Street: A well-kept two bedroom, one bathroom ranch with central air, a one-car attached garage, finished lower level, and beautiful gardens on a quiet street for $187,000.
68 Doane Street: A beautiful cape with three bedrooms, one and a half baths, 1814 sq. ft., oversized two-car garage, remodeled kitchen, and central air for $190,000.
119 North Elm Street: A stately colonial with three bedrooms, two and a half baths, 2015 sq. ft., newly remodeled kitchen, beautiful gardens, and a new roof for $249,900.
157 Brookfield Street: A cape with four bedrooms, one bath, and 1200 sq. ft. The home needed updating but it closed for $120,000.
As you can see, there is a lot of value in the homes in the Bowers School District. If you are in the market for a home with great value in the Bowers School District, there are at least 17 homes on the market (some listings don't specify the school so they won't come up on the search). If you would like to search for homes in this area, use the search form below to modify your search, and let me know if can help.
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Peggy Chirico, REALTOR®
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