Courtesy of: Keller Williams Realty - Washington Township
Days On Market: 41
Year Build: 1956
Square Footage: 1,643 Sq ft
Total Baths: 2
Full Baths: 2
Cherry Hill High - EastHigh School
Address: 1620 BURNT MILL RD
City: Cherry Hill
State: New Jersey
Welcome to 1620 Burnt Mill Rd! This lovely split level located in the Woodcrest section of Cherry Hill is ready for you! This home greets you with beautiful curb appeal and welcomes you inside. The bright living room boasts beautiful hardwood floors, cathedral ceilings, and fireplace. The dining room showcases the same hardwood floors and is perfect for entertaining. The kitchen has gorgeous granite countertops, crown molding, recessed lighting and plenty of cabinet space. The upper level of this home has three generously sized bedrooms and a full bathroom. Down on the lower level, the spacious family room has large windows that allow the natural light to flow in and two closets for storage. There is a convenient laundry room on this level, as well as a full bathroom with a stall shower. The sunroom provides a bright and relaxing area away from the main house. Don't miss the home office that allows for a quiet space to get some work done! The tree lined backyard of this home has a patio area, large pergola, and two sheds.
Sellers have just installed a NEW ROOF! Located close to major shopping and transportation, this home has everything you could need. Don’t delay, schedule YOUR private tour of this one TODAY!!
Courtesy of: Keller Williams Realty - Washington Township Listing information provided courtesy of the Bright MLS. IDX information is provided exclusively for consumers' personal, non-commercial use, and it may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. The data is deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed accurate by the MLS. Updated: 17th August, 2022 9:52 PM (UTC)
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