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519 Wallace St, Birmingham
Steps away from Downtown this charming home has been completely renovated. Open the front door into the formal living area with coffered ceilings and a cozy fireplace. The chef's kitchen and open floor plan make this a wonderful home for entertaining. 4 bedrooms, one on the entry level, with another master suite on the upper level, 3 full baths and a powder room. Fully finished basement with wet bar add to the functionality of this beautiful home. Relax on the deck or in your private yard or walk to one of the many area parks, fine restaurants or theatre. This home won't last long. Please allow 24 hour notice for showings.
- MLS® #219078895
- Full Baths3
- Half Baths1
- Total Sq. Ft2,463
- Year Built1927
- # of Garages2
- GaragesDetached, Door Opener, Electricity
- ExteriorWood, Other
- Exterior FeaturesFenced, Outside Lighting
- Listing OfficeBerkshire Hathaway HomeServices HWWB
- Address519 Wallace St
- SubdivisionSMITH ADD - BIRMINGHAM
- Zip Code48009
- Interior FeaturesCable Available, High Spd Internet Avail, Programmable Thermostat
- AppliancesDishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Microwave, Refrigerator, Stove, Washing Machine
- HeatingForced Air
- CoolingCentral Air
- FireplacesLiving Room
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