Dynamic Single Family House in Frederick for under $300k.
1972 was the year that gave us one of the best known scandals in U.S. History – Watergate. Anti-Vietnam War demonstrations brought out hundreds of thousands of demonstrators across the U.S. At a time when overall trust was low, Americans were quickly realizing the value of their hard-earned dollars. The average income was a mere $11,000 and the average home cost somewhere in the neighborhood of $27,000. Talk about another place in time.
Today, the average income is around $50,000 and the average house price lingers around $189,000 across most of the United States. If you’ve been in or around the DC Metro Area longer than five minutes, you know the average price for our region is more like $382,000 which, in most neighborhoods, will get you a house full of more rooms than you can possibly use on a tiny postage stamp-sized lot.
Put your own hard-earned dollars back into something of value – a home with solid bones and updates galore where every single inch is totally functional, usable space. When homes were built in 1972, traditional, and often rarely used, formal spaces were cut out in favor of creating easy flowing floor plans where every room has useful purpose.
Kitchens, living rooms, and dining rooms were often tied together so busy families could spend time together while cooking dinner doing homework, or simply relaxing after a long day’s work. Life revolved around spending time together, and houses were built to reflect the economical and social needs of the new decade.
The split-level floor plan became a fast favorite of this era – providing ample space both upstairs and down so that families have room to both spread out and come together depending on their needs. The classic split-level floor plan is still used in brand new homes today which reflects well on the efficient use of space and stylish design.
Find all this and more in a perfect spot situated in bustling Frederick where you’re minutes from your favorite shopping as well as commuter routes. With activities to suit nearly every personality and hobbyist, there’s a little bit of something for everyone. Spend your weekends exploring local history and get some exercise visiting battlefields and taking in the beautiful parks dotting the landscape. Get in touch with your artistic side while you explore the gallery scene. Grab a bite of lunch with a friend and hit Frederick’s very own brewery whenever you want. That’s life in Frederick – there’s always something to do.
If you’ve been looking for a single family home with a nice yard that doesn’t need any updates for under $300,000, but you’ve been unable to find the right place, then welcome to 1113 Young Place because this place fits your bill.
Open, Split Level Design with Large Entry
The open, split level entry way is roomy and comfortable enough to welcome guests and to deposit coats and shoes in the coat closet. The vaulted ceiling, stylish wrought iron railing, and beautifully tiled flooring are a wonderful welcome into this inviting home.
Upstairs, you’re greeted by gorgeous hardwood floors that tie the living and dining rooms together into one large, cohesive space. A huge picture window in the front and double windows in the dining room flood the room with all the natural light you could ever want.
The open floor plan offers plenty of choices for furniture placement in both rooms. Place a large dining room table centered under the chandelier with seating for six to eight with plenty of room to spare. Bring your big comfy couch and accent chairs to create a seating area that’s as ideal for entertaining family and friends as it is a quiet night at home with your loved ones.
Huge Kitchen with Loads of Updates
Just a few steps around the corner, you’ll find a wonderfully spacious and inviting kitchen. With plenty of room to move around, lots of counter space, cabinets galore, and all the updates you could want including the beautifully tiled floor, this kitchen is a cook’s dream. Easily whip up meals, keep an eye on the kids, mingle with guests, and even let the dog out, all from the hub of the home – your kitchen.
Roomy Master Suite with Updated Bath
Just down the hallway are the three main floor bedrooms. At 15 feet x 12 feet, the master suite has plenty of space for a king-sized bed along with dressers or chairs. Dual his-and-hers closets flank the entrance to the master bathroom. Following the updates done throughout the house, the master bathroom has been nicely updated, as well. Neutral tile and paint, stylish fixtures, and a modern vanity are just waiting for you to come in and put your finishing touches with decor.
The two additional bedrooms upstairs are similar in size and layout making them ideal for families with multiple kids. No more fights over who gets the bigger room – everyone has the same amount of space. With the kids just across the hall, late night bathroom breaks, bad dreams, and the occasional crawl-in-bed-with-mom-and-dad will be a piece of cake. In addition to bedrooms, either room would make a perfect office space for the work-at-home professional.
Space Galore in the Lower Level Family Room
The lower level of this spacious home has a warm and cozy fireplace at the center of the main living space. This is the perfect spot to create an inviting family room where you can gather to watch movies, sports, or play video games together. If your crew prefers playing games and hanging out to watching movies and sports on TV, there’s plenty of room for a pool table, a card table, darts, a bar area, you name it. This blank canvas is just waiting for you to use it to suit your family’s needs.
Fourth Bedroom and Main Bathroom on Lower Level
Beyond the main living area, the lower level has plenty more to offer. A large bedroom with warm wood paneling and plantation shutters is an ideal spot to create a guest retreat. With lots of privacy and a full bathroom at the fingertips, your family and friends will love coming to visit you knowing they have a comfortable place to call their own.
Just off the guest room is a large workshop and laundry room with walk-out access to the backyard. A workbench, utility sink, washer and dryer, and tons of storage space make this room functional in every way possible.
Fenced Backyard with Patio and Deck
Speaking of outside access, through both the laundry room and the kitchen, you can easily access a nicely fenced in backyard that’s great for kids and dogs alike. The large concrete patio is the perfect place to host cookouts with room for lots of seating. Put your grill up on the raised deck just outside the kitchen door for super easy grilling access year round. Your family and guests can sit by and smell the magic as it happens while you visit with them. Summer never smelled so good.
Move-In Ready at a Price You Can’t Beat
Life at 1113 Young Place can be anything you want it to be. This move-in ready house is just waiting for you to call it home. Priced at $275,000, this one won’t be on the market long.
Call Eric Verdi with Impact Maryland Real Estate today at (240) 815-0890 to schedule your showing.