Built in 1900, this end-unit townhouse has a surprising amount of space in its 1,945 square feet of living space.
A basement has been completely opened and converted into a family room with vaulted ceiling. The floor that once led from the front door has been removed, allowing open space to the finished basement.
The first floor, with steps leading to the family room, leads to a family room.
The front entrance area is currently used as a dining room, but could be used as a living room. The large kitchen has enough space to be a eat-in kitchen.
The second floor has a central room which is another living room type area, and two bedrooms and two full bathrooms on this floor. This floor also has a door which opens onto a small terrace with metal spiral stairs leading to the rear terrace area.
The third floor has a large bedroom, a bathroom and a storage / office space.
Outside, the fenced back yard offers a large deck that connects to the two car garage.
This property could be a primary residence or purchased as an income-producing investment property.
Located at 1905 North 4th Street in Harrisburg, the house is listed at $ 119,900, by agent Mike DeRemer, with Keller Williams of Central PA.
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