1231 Lanetown Road Single-Family Home for sale in Crozet, VA

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Clean 3 BR/2.5 BA Brick Home on 3+ Acres in Western Albemarle County, VA

Real Estate Auction

Saturday, July 1, 2017 at 12:00pm

1231 Lanetown Road, Crozet, VA 23932

Price to be determined at Live Public Auction.

From the James Bourie Estate: Solid and clean 3 BR/2.5 BA brick home on 3.29 +/- acres in Albemarle County, VA--Only 20 minutes from Charlottesville, VA!! Only $150,000 Starting Bid.

We have been contracted to market and sell this wonderful all brick home on 3+ acres at public auction. Boasting a very desirable location with lovely mountain views and within walking distance to King Family Vineyards, this great property will make a wonderful new home for you!! Be here and Bid Your Price.

-- Solid and clean 3 BR/2.5 BA 2,049 +/- sf. brick home on 3.29 +/- acres

-- Kitchen (all appliances convey); dining room; living room; sun porch; attached garage; attic

-- Heat pump for central heat & AC; fireplace; electric water heater

-- Well and private septic system

-- Asphalt driveway; detached 1 car garage/workshop; fenced back yard

-- Several recent renovations: dimensional roof; HVAC; flooring

-- Only 20 minutes from Charlottesville and close to several vineyards, farms and Old Trail Golf Club

-- Serviced by Crozet Elementary, Joseph T. Henley MS and Western Albemarle HS

-- Tax Map: 05500-00-00-05900; Deed Book 2545/472; Zoned: R1; Home built in 1980

-- Only $150,000 Starting Bid.

Although not required, if you have been working with a Realtor, please have them complete the broker participation form. In order for the Realtor to be compensated, broker forms must be completed and submitted no later than 5 pm on 6/30/17 and all terms adhered to.

Property Tours: Fridays, June 16 & 23 at 12 Noon SHARP. Please contact Anne Grindstaff for more information (804-301-2488) or visit www.nichollsauction.com.

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VAAF 729

  • Price: $150,000
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 3

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