null Split-Level Staircase Leads to the Second Level with 3 Bedrooms and a Romantic Full Bath with Beautiful Mosaic Floor and Vanity! Continue 1 Flight Up to a 4th Bedroom with Storage and More Surprises. Venture to the Basement and Discover Wood-Look Tile Floor in Family Room, Travertine Floor in Bonus Room/Bedroom and Laundry Area, Half Bath with Marble Floor, Yard Access and more. Convenient to all (Shopping, Restaurants, Parks, Transportation) If You're Looking for a Place to Call Home that will be the Envy of All Who Enter, then This is the One You've Been Waiting For!
Amazing opportunity to own this totally renovated and immaculate brick detached home. Most renovations were done around 2 years ago. This home features beautiful hickory oak floors, tons of Hi-Hats, large eat-in kitchen with stainless steel appliances, amazing Manhattan style Jack and Jill main bathroom, washer and dryers on both levels, all new windows, full size finished basement with high ceilings, private backyard with new PVC fencing, alarm system and an irrigation system. Large driveway for up to 3 cars, beautiful landscaping and curb appeal is a huge plus. Located close to transportation, shopping, parks, and much more. This home is a must see!!!

A person or business must have a Home Improvement Contractor license to do construction, repair, remodeling, or other home improvement work to any residential land or building in New York City. Other home improvement work includes, but is not limited to, the construction, replacement, or improvement of basements, driveways, fences, garages, landscaping, patios, porches, sidewalks, swimming pools, terraces, and other improvements to structures or upon land that is next to a home or apartment building. House Painting
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Former Denver Broncos quarterback John Elway, then Detroit Pistons star Grant Hill (the season 7 episode "Believe It or Not"), former boxers Evander Holyfield (the season 3 episode "Eve of Construction") and George Foreman (the season 1 episode "Unchained Malady"), and former President Jimmy Carter all appeared on the series. Carter made an appearance during season three episode "Eve of Construction", which focused on Habitat for Humanity. House Painting
Well-designed walkways make your home feel warm and inviting. For a dramatic improvement to a straight concrete path, replace it with a contoured walkway made of stone or brick. For a less radical upgrade to your curb appeal, apply a colored concrete resurfacer to the old walkway, then edge with brick or stone borders. Brick pavers offer traditional, classic beauty to the landscape of any home.
Newly renovated, move-in ready possible mother/daughter style high-ranch New Howard Beach, sitting on 3,717 sqft of manicured lawn. Highlights of 164-42 include a sun-drenched house through large oversized windows, a front balcony, three large bedrooms upstairs including a master, 1-2 additional bedroom space downstairs. Two Living/Dining room combo and two gourmet eat-in kitchens with gorgeous granite countertops, sleek stainless-steel appliances, unique exposed brick walls on the 2nd-floor entrance. Open concept grassy yard with concrete patio. Tons of classic curb appeal. Just unpack your boxes and welcome yourself home. House Painting
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