811 Woodland Avenue, $725,000

  • Rooms 11
  • Bed/Bath 4 Bedrooms, 3 Baths
  • Heated sq. ft 2892 sq. ft
  • Unheated sq. ft 1733 sq. ft
  • Lot Size 1.05 acres
  • Property Type Cottage
  • Year Built 1942
  • Tax Value $662,100.00
  • 2020 Taxes Approx. $11,001.00
  • Occupancy Negotiable

Schools Information

Carrboro Elementary

Smith Middle

East Chapel Hill High

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Listing Agent

Wendy Thompson
Cell Phone : 919-608-0727

Email Wendy Thompson
FIRST FLOOR
  • Foyer 12.9 x 12.3
  • Dining Room 14.8 x 13.1
  • Family Room w/Fireplace 26.7 x 13.7
  • Kitchen 15.8 x 9.7
  • Breakfast Room 10.7 x 9.6
  • Bedroom #4 14.0 x 12.0
SECOND FLOOR
  • Master Bedroom 13.8 x 13.6
  • Bedroom #2 13.4 x 13.1
  • Bedroom #3 17.7 x 10.0
  • Bedroom #3 Alcove 12.3 x 3.4
OTHER AREAS
  • Bonus Room (Unheated) 17.0 x 12.5
  • Garage 21.1 x 20.9
  • Porch 8.0 x 4.1
  • Patio 17.0 x 14.0
  • Deck 16.7 x 9.3
  • Alcove 8.4 x 4.3
  • Rear Patio 13.3 x 11.0

Features

  • Sewer City
  • Water City
  • Air Heat Pump, Dual Zone
  • Heat Heat Pump, Dual Zone

Special Features

1942, four-bedroom, three-bath home full of charm and character on a large lot in prime location. Great for entertaining – beautiful outdoor areas.  Wood floors and great windows. Flexible floor plan – first floor has a family room and adjacent dining room with access to the deck and patio. Large kitchen has tons of cabinet and counter space, gas cooktop, pantry, bay window, and a breakfast room.  There is a first-floor bedroom, currently an office, with tile bath. Second floor has three bedrooms and two full baths. All bedrooms are large and have ceiling fans; several have walk-in closets. Bonus/flex space/office/studio needs hvac. There is an attached two-car garage and a huge basement with high ceilings – unlimited potential – great for in-home office or possible in-law suite or apartment. Located on a large, private lot with easy access to both UNC campus and the hospital. 1+ acre lot may be subdividable.

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