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4 Lewallen Dr, Newport News VA, 23608

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2 Story Corner House Near Busch Gardens!

Property Description

Come see this lovely 2 story house on large corner lot in Stoneybrook subdivision close to all schools, shopping, Busch Gardens and military bases. 4 bedroom 2 baths. Breakfast area. Dining room, fully equipped kitchen. 7 ceiling fans. Wood fireplace. Carpet, ceramic tile, wood floors. 1 car garage & carport. Covered patio. Storage shed/ 2-16 SEER air conditioner, 2 zone. A must see house. Will sell fast.

Key Details

  • Bedrooms 4
  • Full Baths 2
  • Square Footage 1,868
  • Acreage 0.39
  • Year Built 1960
  • MLS Listing ID #10156666

Location

Building

  • Exterior Features Corner, Patio, Storage Shed
  • Number of Fireplaces 1
  • Flooring Carpet, Ceramic, Wood
  • Foundation Crawl
  • Green Certification Rating Storm Doors, Water Heater-Tankless
  • Interior Features Fireplace Wood, Pull Down Attic Stairs, Scuttle Access
  • Type of roof Asphalt Shingle
  • Siding Brick, Vinyl
  • Total Building Square Footage 1868
  • Stories 2.0000
  • Style Traditional

Land

  • Conforms to Zoning R3

Rooms

  • Total Rooms 8

Structures

  • Has Garage Yes
  • Parking Description Carport, Close to Mass Transit, Driveway Spc, Garage Att 1 Car
  • Pool Description No Pool

Systems

  • Appliances 220 V Elec, Dishwasher, Dryer Hookup, Elec Range, Refrigerator, Washer Hookup
  • Cooling System 16+ SEER A/C, Central Air, Two Zone
  • Equipment Cable Hookup, Ceiling Fan, Sump Pump
  • Heating Basebd, Hot Water, Nat Gas, Programmable Thermostat
  • Sewage Type City/County

Water

  • Water Body TypeCity/County
  • WaterFront DescriptionNot Waterfront

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Eleven Ways To Make Your Home Energy Efficient And Pay Smaller Bills!

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Energy Efficiency Tips

According to one study, making no cost/low cost changes can boost your home’s value $18,000. Why not implement some of the following suggestions to make your home more energy efficient?

1. Lower the thermostat on your water heater. If your hot tap water is too hot to touch, lower the temperature a few degrees.

2. Check for air leaking around doors. A lot of the air you pay to heat or cool escapes through unsealed doors. Install or replace worn weather stripping. Replace broken or missing storm doors.

3. Close the air vents in rooms not in use. For example, close the vents and shut the door to an unused guest room.

4. Keep heat producers far from your thermostat in summer. Floor lamps and televisions can significantly raise the temperature in the area near a thermostat, turning on your air conditioner too often.

5. Clean your furnace and air conditioner filters. Replace existing dirty air conditioner or furnace filters. During heavy use periods, replacement is recommended every 30 days.

6. Operate large appliances during low-use periods in summer. Use your washer and dryer and other heat-producers early in the morning or late at night. Use the air-dry method on your dishwasher to save energy.

7. Request an energy audit. Contact your local utility company to request a free energy audit. Most electric and gas companies will check for proper insulation, find cracks in the eaves or roof that could leak energy, and make recommendations for improvements. Some electric companies offer low-cost financing for such improvements.

8. Replace existing insulation. A proper barrier keeps heat and cold from penetrating your home’s exterior and provides for even temperatures between rooms. The EPA recently reported that proper ceiling insulation may reduce electric bills 20%.

9. Replace existing appliances. If money is no object, replace old appliances with Energy Star appliances, specifically created to optimize energy consumption. If your budget limits you to replacing one appliance, buy a new refrigerator; a new model could knock off 25% of your electric bill.

10. Buy new light bulbs. Replace incandescent bulbs with fluorescent.

11. Contact the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development regarding EEM Mortgages. EEMs provide benefits to borrowers purchasing a home that is energy efficient, or can be made efficient with improvements.

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SOLD! 656 Sea Turtle, Newport News VA , 23601

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Beautiful Turtle Creek Short Sale!

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Beautiful Home On Sea Turtle Way!

Gorgeous home, MUST see! The first floor features a two-car garage, living room/dining room and a large family room. Master bedroom with large walk in closet. HUGE master bathroom with great size stand up shower. Stunning kitchen with granite counter tops & stainless steel appliances. Washer Hookup, Dryer Hookup, Walk-In Closet, Master Bedroom with Bath, 2 Car, Garage, Attached, Energy Star Home, Water Heater-Tankless, Central Air, Joseph H. Saunders Elementary, Homer L. Hines Middle, Warwick High School!

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