c. 1900 Colonial Revival – Woodbury, NJ

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30 S Evergreen Ave, Woodbury, NJ 08096

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  • $84,900
  • 7 Bed
  • 3.5 Bath
  • 2938 Sq Ft
  • 0.41 Ac.
Great opportunity! Check out this large Colonial with Old World charm. Home is in need of extensive repairs to bring it to its original glory however well worth the investment. Home features, Large rooms, detached garage, original wood floors, custom gourmet kitchen, custom built ins, crown molding, enclosed porch all situated on a large lot. Sold strictly as is, buyer responsible for an/all certifications and or repairs required by township and/or lender. Call today.
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John Swartz, Keller WIlliams Realty
(856) 582-1200
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5 Comments on c. 1900 Colonial Revival – Woodbury, NJ

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  1. Doreen says: 231 comments

    This poor thing has been sitting alone and unloved for a VERY long time–by the looks of it. Some really awesome features–Needs a lot of love!

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  2. Susan says: 1 comments

    I loved the looks of this one, spent hours online researching the town, the street, etc. Looked so great. But then the taxes? Over $13k a year? Seems unreasonable, and in the shape it’s in, will make it difficult to flip for either a home to live or especially a home to sell.

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    • Doreen says: 231 comments

      It also kind of depends on how the tax structure is computed. Here (in Youngstown, OH), it’s based on the sale price and not really on the condition. If you’re really into doing the research, that is something to consider.

      I am thrilled knowing that I am NOT the only one that does what you do! I also look at real estate in areas where I am thinking about applying for jobs. Takes a LOT of guesswork out of “will I ever be able to afford a home there” when the job is offering wages in the high thirties range and the cheapest home is over 1/2 a million. That’s an employer that has their head stuck in the 1990’s and isn’t worth the time.

      I have found a few homes on this site that made me do the reverse–look at employment opportunities in those areas! I darn nearly moved to Vermont a couple months ago because of a house I saw on here and even had an interview. Unfortunately, my 88 year old aunt was one of the first people to lose their homes in the Camp Fire, and so all of my plans have been put on hold until she’s decided where SHE wants to settle.

      Such is life! I’ll just stay in Youngstown in my little Vicky for now!

    • Kristina Zito says: 5 comments

      That’s the problem with New Jersey ! Our taxes are ridiculous and they keep going up . It’s sad really so many lovely homes will rot because of this .

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      • MazamaGrammy says: 360 comments

        Yes – it’s sad. I wanted to buy my great great grandfather’s home in Bordentown and restore it as a railroad museum but the asking price was relatively high and the taxes prohibitive.

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