Townhome for Sale-Pleasant Plains Staten Island

$299000 / 3br – Townhome for Sale – Pleasant Plains, Staten Island (Pleasant Plains

Don’t miss out on this great value – Young Townhome!!!

Built in 2002, this townhome features Vaulted ceilings which add DRAMA to this 3 bedroom, 3 bath split level town home in Pleasant Plains. Extra large windows add to the open and airy feel of this super sized residence. Hardwood floors in the Large Living Room and Dining Room. Large eat in kitchen has ceramic tiled floor, with access to deck and yard. Large finished basement with extra high ceilings!!
Master bedroom has private bath with shower. Skylight adds brightness to middle bedroom.
Gas Forced Air/Central Air
Low Association Fees!!

Pull your car into the garage and enter into your home!

Must Sell!!!! Make Offers!!

Don’t hesitate to call and make an appointment today for a private showing!

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Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

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Westerleigh Home for Sale – Staten Island, NY

Home for Sale – Staten Island, NY

This is a rare find!!  This two bedroom end unit in desirable Westerleigh is ready to go.

Bad weather, not a problem.  With this built in garage, walk from your car into your tiled foyer area and family room/third bedroom.  Family room has sliders to patio and yard.  Also on this level is washer/ dryer area, utilities and storage space.

Up the stairs and enter into “La Cucina”  This custom faux design in venetian plaster transforms this kitchen into  Little Italy! Eat in area with large walk in pantry!!   Half bath on living level.   Kitchen and both bathrooms have been redone in 2006. New roof and hot water heater.  New floor in living room/dining room area.

Walk up to two bedrooms and newer full bath!

The best part of it is this is a townhome with NO FEES!!  That’s right, NO MONTHLY HOA FEES!  This is also a great walkscore home.

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Walkscore of 77!!

Call today for a private showing!!

Rosemarie Rivicci

Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

Appleseed Homes


Staten Island Real Estate Tax Credit – New Rules

The IRS has spelled out guidelines for eligibility for the home buyer credit when co-borrowers purchase a property.

When a home-owning parent of an adult child co-signs for a mortgage and both names appear on the note, the IRS says that under some circumstances, the first-time home buyer can qualify for the whole amount.

The IRS says the parent doesn’t qualify for any portion of the credit, but if the child hasn’t owned a home during the three years preceding the current purchase and can qualify based on income, he or she can be allocated the entire $8,000 credit.

When unmarried individuals co-purchase a home and only one of them is eligible for the credit, then the full $8,000 can be allocated to the eligible buyer.

Source: Washington Post Writers Group, Kenneth R. Harney (12/04/2009