62 Chestnut Court #2
Chelsea, MI 48118

Listing Price:
$344,900
Sold For:
$325,000
Sold Date:
Jun 22, 2020
62 Chestnut Court #2 Chelsea, MI 48118

3

Bedrooms

2/1

Full/Half Baths

2,070

Square Feet
Estimate Finished Square Feet
2,070 Sq Ft Above Ground
Move in ready home in a private setting, yet still in town! You'll love this cul-de-sac, low traffic location backing to a heavily wooded green space on a larger than standard lot. The home is a salt-box style featuring 3BR (possible 4th on first floor if a closet is added in room currently used as office), 2.5 baths with an over-sized side entry 2.5 car garage. There's a nice breeze-way that serves as a connector to the kitchen where you'll find all new ceramic tile flooring, all new stainless steel appliances with gas stove and a butcher block island. A wall was removed to open the kitchen to the family room which makes this area live large! A brick masonry wood burning fireplace in the family room and a new door wall leading to a new stamped concrete patio. New engineered hardwood flooring in family room, dining room and first floor office. All new carpeting on stairs and all bedrooms upstairs. The master bedroom is HUGE and features a nice sized walk in closet and en-suite bathroom with double sinks and dressing area. All the toilets have been replaced and everything has been freshly painted. There's a large screened porch with overhead fan for enjoying the fresh air even in the rain. Turn key home!
Details

Type

  • Residential

City/Township

  • Chelsea

Year Built

  • 1990

MLS#

  • 3272516

Lot Size

  • Acres

Garage

  • Attached
  • Electric
  • Door Opener

Style

  • Colonial
  • Early American
  • 2 Story

Est. Finished Above Ground

  • 2,070 sq ft

Eating Space

  • Yes

Air Conditioning

  • Central

Special Features

  • Master Bath
  • Sump Pump
  • Ceiling Fan(s)

Appliances

  • Refrigerator
  • Range/Oven
  • Disposal
  • Dishwasher
  • Microwave
  • Washer
  • Dryer

Flooring

  • Carpet
  • Tile
  • Other

Basement

  • Full

Drapes

  • Yes

Outside Features

  • Cable Available
  • Patio
  • Enclosed Porch

Lot Dimensions

  • 137X86X117x114

Site Condo

  • Yes

Road Type

  • Public

Sidewalk

  • Yes

Paved

  • Yes

Listed By

  • The Charles Reinhart Company

County

  • Washtenaw

Cross Street

  • M-52 to Hickory - Left on Chestnut
Schools

District

  • Chelsea
Taxes

Taxes

  • $6,807

Taxable Value

  • $141,437

HOA

  • $25

HOA Frequency

  • Yearly

Community

Community - Chelsea Area

A growing city of about 4,500, Chelsea is located just 15 minutes west of Ann Arbor.  Home to the Purple Rose Theatre, an award-winning Equity stage, and to the Common Grill restaurant, Chelsea is a southeast Michigan destination.

Chelsea features a vibrant downtown, with a mix of shopping, dining, entertainment and local activities.  During the summer months, downtown is the focus during the annual SummerFest, and during the weekly Sounds & Sights events scheduled from June to September.

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Chelsea Community Hospital, a not-for-profit hospital, is a fully accredited 113-bed acute care facility serving residents of Chelsea and surrounding communities.  A member of Saint Joseph Mercy Health System, Chelsea Community Hospital is nationally recognized for both quality of care and patient satisfaction. As a not-for-profit hospital, Chelsea Community Hospital reinvests its profits back into the community through programs to serve the poor and uninsured, health education and promotion initiatives.

Opportunities for recreation are endless in the Chelsea area.  Jointly, Chelsea Recreation and Chelsea Community Education offer a broad range of team sports, fitness workshops and other classes throughout the year.  Chelsea is located at the edge of both the Waterloo and Pinckney Recreation areas, so a total of more than 30,000 acres of recreation land is available for the full range of outdoor activities, including camping, hunting, fishing, and hiking.  

Housing in Chelsea includes styles ranging from charming turn of the last century frame homes to newly built neighborhoods.