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Sat Mar 19, 2016
Boxwood22 answered:
We have lived in the West Grove PA development called Penns Greene for years and do not have a problem and love it here!. It all depends on the specific location of your neighborhood. Penns Greene is a development of about 28 homes built in the 1990s by Cedar Knoll builders with two streets off of E. Ewing -- Penns Greene Drive and White Oak. (Penn Greene Road is a different road in a different area altogether). Our neighbors are very happy here and are happy we don't have a mushroom smell problem here. It is literally something that you smell here only handful of times per year. We spend a lot of time outside on our deck and enjoy every minute of it. Each neighborhood can be very different so do ask neighbors.

West Grove resident of Penns Greene
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Wed Aug 26, 2015
Sandra Massari answered:
Hi Terry, Sorry but I'm just now seeing this question. I assume by now you have figured it out??? If you are in need of selling your home and would like to use a Realtor, I am here to help! I'm with RE/MAX Excellence here locally with 2 offices, West Grove & Kennett Square, PA. Please give me a call to discuss and I can provide a no obligation free market analysis of your property. Please give me a call at 484-667-6168 or my office 610-347-1100 and ask for me! ... more
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Tue Jul 28, 2015
Sashley13 asked:
It looked like some farms were planning to relocate within the last few years - has that made a difference?
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Fri Jan 23, 2015
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Wed Apr 30, 2014
Jeanine Lamb answered:
Stucco can be beautiful but also a nightmare if inspections turn up a problem. It is one of the costliest to fix. Also, the potential of limiting your buyer pool to the brave may be enough reason to go in another direction. If you never plan to move, there's certainly something to be said for investing in exactly what you want. It is probably one of the riskier choices though. ... more
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Sun Jan 26, 2014
walter puckett asked:
This question was asked from http://www.trulia.com/property/3110319861-Oxford-Village-24-Penn-Dr-West-Grove-PA-19390
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Wed Feb 13, 2013
Christina Reid answered:
Hi, I think I sold this house tonight.. I have another one in the works and a real nice Avon Grove listing just waiting to be snapped up. Give me a call.


Christina Reid
Associate Broker- ABR, SFR,SRES,SRS
RE/MAX at Jennersville
West Grove PA 19390
610-869-7175
610-999-1081 (cell)
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Wed Oct 6, 2010
Christina Reid answered:
Hi Kate,

The development is one that has a lot of upwardly mobile people who frequently are transferred. The homes have public water and sewer which is nice. Would you like to go see some of the listings?

-Christina Reid, RE/MAX at Jennersville
Realtor, SRS, SFR
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Wed Sep 8, 2010
Jan Powers answered:
The other responses were excellent and I won't repeat the same information. I wanted to ask if the 2-story addition will fill your need? Are the bedrooms upstairs? Usually, in-law quarters might include a bedroom on the 1st floor. If if does meet your needs, I'd suggest designing the space so that you could re-capture it back into your existing home.....5th bedroom, bonus rooms, etc. with defined uses. At the point of your selling the home, you could choose the best marketing strategy based on existing markets. For example, is the market for in-law suites expanding (when you need to sell), or are you better off creating one large home with bonus rooms?
I've also seen very nice garage conversions. The garage usually attaches to the mud room/laundry and kitchen. The garage uses I've seen are one or two room spaces for living quarters and bedroom/bath. This would give your parents privacy, yet quick access to other needs You, of course, would have to park in the driveway or on the street which may or may not work out in your community.
Jan Powers
RE/MAX at Jennersville

610-888-0034
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Wed Sep 30, 2009
Kgrec624 answered:
I am looking for a contact at bank of america- still waiting fro negotiator after 90 days . now i am being told another 15-30 days . I need a higher end contact at bank of america .
kim
need a negotiator quick!
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Tue Jun 23, 2009
Jan Powers answered:
Hi Kim,
Those two are under agreement but this townhome community of Liberty Court is still selling. They have models currently advertised from $239,900 up to $309,000. There are two "quick deliveries" priced at $289900 and $309,000. Another one is listed as ready to customize and for a delivery "soon" and that is also priced at $289,900.

It's a great time to be buying new construction as the builders are usually in a good negotiating mood and anxious to make deals. As another agent said, please do take an agent with you on your initial visit so that you are properly represented.

Good luck!
Jan Powers, Realtor, GRI, ABR, e-PRO
RE/MAX at Jennersville
West Grove, PA 19390
610-869-7175
Cell: 610-888-0034
email to: jan@janpowers.com
www.janpowers.com
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Fri Dec 5, 2008
Brandon answered:
I am looking for the same thing, can you tell me if you found a solution?
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