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$ 342,500 | 3 Bed | 1.1 Bath

Overview

Multiple Offers received. Please submit all offers by 2pm, Monday, January 29th. Decision by 12pm, Tues Jan 30. Welcome home to Midcentury style on one of the most beautiful streets in Upper Arlington! This well-maintained, three-bedroom ranch features hardwood floors, a formal living room with gas fireplace and French doors to a private courtyard, an updated kitchen with new dishwasher and plenty of storage, and a great room with gas fireplace and beamed ceiling. The partially finished basement is ready for your imagination and has two egress windows, a wood-burning fireplace, and a built-in bar. The large backyard has a fenced, brick patio, attached storage shed, mature trees, and flowering perennials. The home is within walking distance to UA High School, Northam Park, Kingsdale Center.


Buyer Agent

Jeff Ruff

Property Details

Status Closed
Property Type Residential
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1 Full / 1 Half
Sq. Ft 1,464 (approx)
List Price Sq. Ft $215.16
Year Built 1958
Township None
School District UPPER ARLINGTON CSD 2512 FRA CO.
Style 1 Story
County Franklin
Subdivision
Address 2924 Wellesley Drive
Corp. Limit Upper Arlington
New Construction No
Assoc/Condo Fee $0.00

Interior Details

Air Conditioning Central
Basement Desc. Full
Fireplace Gas Log,Log Woodburning,Three
Interior Flooring Carpet,Ceramic/Porcelain,Laminate-Artificial,Wood-Solid or Veneer
Interior Amenities Dishwasher,Electric Range,Microwave,Refrigerator
Heating Forced Air,Gas
Miscellaneous

Exterior Details

Acreage 0.290 Acres
Parking Type 2 Car Garage,Attached Garage,Opener
Exterior Stone,Stucco
Parcel Number 070-009052
Exterior Amenities Patio,Storage Shed
Windows Insulated All
Complex/Subdivision Amenities

Additional Details

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Upper Arlington

Upper Arlington

Quality over quantity is the name of the game in Upper Arlington. Instead of building more, the suburb focuses on continuous improvements for attractions that it already has.