Superior location on this custom built 3 bedroom brick broad front Cape Cod! Many updates just completed. Over 1,700 sq ft, great lay out with huge brand new kitchen with granite counters & beautiful flooring, large dining room & spacious master on 1st floor. Upper level has 2 more bedrooms & sitting area, full basement, 2 baths, thermal windows, copper plumbing, central air, updated electric, all new paint & carpet & cozy Florida room. Seller to provide city certs. Call for appt!
This 3 bedroom home is located in the Hannan Dearborn Hill No 1 neighborhood at 23713 Sterling Pl, Dearborn Mi 48124. This $249,900 property has approximately 1,704 square feet and was built in 1939. This home is located in the Dearborn school district. Properties located in the Dearborn district have an average price per square foot of $106/SqFt. Houses with similar square footage range in price from $84,900 to $299,600 and have an average price per square foot of $105/SqFt. The average priced home in 48124 with 3 bedrooms is $185,476. Depending on where you live in Dearborn your children and/or teenagers may go to the Dearborn school district. 23713 Sterling Pl has property taxes in the amount of $5,863, which are assessed as non-homestead because the home is considered a second home for the owner and/or not occupied by the primary owner. The property taxes will be lowered if you purchase this property, occupy it as your primary residence and file the homestead exemption form.
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