Real Estate Property Information

3 beds
1 bath
Home Size:
1,062 sqft
Lot Size:
0.3 acres
Property Type:
Not Available
Year Built:
Fuel Type:
Heating Type:
Forced Air
Ceiling Fans
Garbage Disposal
Composition Shingle

Estimated Monthly Payment



Why rent when you can OWN this beautifully renovated 3 bedroom, 1 bath home for less than you pay in rent?? This home offers a brand new roof and newly installed Seamless Gutters. Throughout the living room and bedrooms are original hardwood floors, refinished with a gorgeous ebony stain. All new ceiling fans in each of the bedrooms. New tile in both the kitchen and fully renovated bathroom. Brand new Frigidaire Gallery Collection stainless steel appliances give the tile back splash and granite countertops a clean and modern look!. Along with all the natural light the new double hung, 5 foot tall front window offers, we added even more with recess lighting in both the living room and kitchen! A new hot water heater installed, as well as all new plumbing. Full unfinished basement with a walkout to the back yard. Washer and dryer hook ups located in the basement. A newly installed French Drain system was added, with two new sump pumps and basins. Don't wait on this affordable renovated house because it won't last!! Owner is a license PA real estate agent.

Courtesy of 24-7 Real Estate, LLC

Property Features

Some of the amenities offered by this home are one or more ceiling fans, an attic, and a basement. Home is heated by oil. Heating system is forced air. Among the appliances included are garbage disposal, microwave oven, and range/oven. The floors are brick, tile, and wood. Exterior is brick and stucco.

Neighborhood Info

Bristol, Pennsylvania is located in Bucks County. Nearby cities and towns include Burlington, Croydon, Florence, Levittown, Tullytown, Hulmeville, Roebling, Beverly, Penndel, Eddington, Fairless Hills, Langhorne Manor, Cornwells Heights, Langhorne, Fieldsboro, Woodbourne, Trevose, Feasterville, Morrisville, Bordentown, Woodside, Village Shires, Trenton, Newtown, Yardley, White Horse, Churchville, Riverton, Moorestown-Lenola, Groveville, Juliustown, Richboro, Yardville, Bryn Athyn, Palmyra, Newtown Grant, Mercerville, Rockledge, Pemberton, Wrightstown, Ramblewood, Hamilton Square, Warminster Heights, Ivyland, Pemberton Heights, Cherry Hill Mall, Hatboro, Willow Grove, Robbinsville, Fort Dix, Marlton, Jenkintown, Kingston Estates, Merchantville, Allentown, Lawrenceville, McGuire AFB, Ellisburg, Greentree, Wyncote, Golden Triangle, Pennington, Glenside, Barclay, Horsham, Leisuretowne, Philadelphia, Arcadia University, Springdale, Medford Lakes, Haddonfield, Oreland, New Egypt, Browns Mills, Collingswood, Ashland, Camden, Maple Glen, Fort Washington, Wyndmoor, Woodlynne, Tavistock, Oaklyn, New Hope, Flourtown, Audubon, Lawnside, Lambertville, Audubon Park, Haddon Heights, Echelon, Barrington, Princeton Junction, Gibbsboro, Country Lake Estates, Magnolia, Ambler, Mount Ephraim, Princeton, Somerdale, Presidential Lakes Estates, Gloucester City, Hopewell, Hi-Nella, Doylestown, Spring House, Hightstown, Bellmawr, Plainsboro Center, Stratford, Brooklawn, Runnemede, Laurel Springs, Lindenwold, Glendora, Roosevelt, Clementon, Stockton, Westville, New Britain, Princeton Meadows, Twin Rivers, Berlin, Blue Bell, Brittany Farms-The Highlands, Blawenburg, Plymouth Meeting, Chalfont, Narberth, Cranbury, Pine Valley, Montgomeryville, Pine Hill, Kingston, Millbourne, Rocky Hill, Skillman, North Wales, Penn Wynne, Blackwood, Conshohocken, National Park, East Lansdowne, Yeadon, Woodbury, Ardmore, East Rocky Hill, Lansdale, Heathcote, West Conshohocken, Plumsteadville, and Haverford College. Bristol is a suburban community with a population of 9,878. The median household income is $47,804. In Bristol, 43% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 30% of the households. Half the population of Bristol commutes 18 minutes or less to work, with 65% of residents holding white collar jobs and 35% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Bristol, PA is 66 years, with 51% of those homes owned, 44% rented, and 5% not occupied. In the previous year, 72 Bristol properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Bristol in the previous year was $127,321.

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