3,548 sq ft
0 sq ft
2,579 sq ft
DESCRIPTION: This Home is "PROPOSED" (TO BE BUILT) "The Beaumont" by Lambert and Lane Builders is a wonderful antebellum style home located within the coveted Meriwether School District. The large master bath suite features a jetted garden bath to accommodate 2 two, heated floors and his and hers walk in closets. Enjoy the peaceful and quiet cul du sac lot from the lovely second story porch. Bring your ideas for customizing this wonderful home or bring your own plans. Call today to request and appointment to view the model home and see why Lambert and Lane is the builder of choice for quality built homes in the Albemarle area.
• NOTE About "PROPOSED" Homes: The final cost may vary substantially. Also remember, in Virginia, the sales office/agent represents the best interests of the builder. As your buyers agent we will negotiate the best price and terms available, while only representing your interests.
AGENT COMMENTS: This Charlottesville home has 3 bedrooms, 2 and 1 half baths with 3,548 above grade finished and 0 below grade finished sf. It has 2.90 acres and has been on the market for 266 days. The HOA fees are $0. Conveniently located in Meriwether Lewis Elementary and Henley Middle School Districts.
PROPERTY TYPE: Proposed Detached VIEWS: LAND:
Price per square foot is $208, based on the asking price of $739,000 and 3,548 finished square feet.
"Note: When comparing price per square foot, remember to account for acreage"
• UVA/Hospital: 3.97 miles • Downtown: 4.71 miles • NGIC and DIA: 7.98 miles
VIRGINIA IS A CAVEAT EMPTOR STATE, BUYERS SHOULD BE REPRESENTED BY A QUALIFIED BUYERS AGENT. Information deemed to be reliable but not guaranteed. The data relating to real estate for sale on this website comes in part from the IDX Program of Charlottesville Area Association of REALTORS®. Listing broker has attempted to offer accurate data, but buyers are advised to confirm all items.
• School Rating (out of 10) provided by Greatschools.org • Courtesy: Core Real Estate Llc • Page Updated: March 18th, 2018