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REAL ESTATE - VICTORIAN LUXURY HOUSE 4 SALE- BINGHAMTON, NY - natural gas discovered!

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Uploaded on Mar 27, 2009

$549,000 (reduced by $200,000!) MAGNIFICENT ONE-OF-A-KIND Victorian home , 5 large BEDROOMs, 4 Bath, 4 fireplaces, SITUATED ON A peaceful CUL-DE-SAC ROAD WITH EXTRAORDINARY VIEWS ON 5 private ACRES. This custom built house (BUILT IN 1993) showcases a wonderful floor plan featuring a formal foyer, large open kitchen, attractive cabinetry, breakfast room, sun room, office/bedroom, huge family room with a floor to ceiling stone fireplace. Also features a formal dining room, parlor, Second floor features huge bonus/exercise room, laundry room, 4 good sized bedrooms (including luxurious Master bedroom with Jacuzzi whirlpool). Walk out basement and lower level 25x35 gym basement. 21x41 in ground heated pool, large deck,3 car attached garage, central air, central vac., spacious storage building, state of the art security system. Over 5,842 sq ft of gracious living area. Contact Chris Urda today for your personal tour and free 61 photo DVD of home. 804-608-0448 or curda55124@aol.com. Serious inquiries only.
NOTE: DON'T LET THE STOCK MARKET DESTROY YOUR WEALTH! REAL ESTATE PRICES IN THIS AREA OF THE COUNTRY ARE INCREASING, MAKING THIS HOME A GREAT INVESTMENT FOR YOUR FUTURE!!! HOME INSURANCE REPLACEMENT COST APPRAISAL=$933,000!!
NATURAL GAS DISCOVERED!!!
The recent discovery of natural gas in our region makes this beautiful house a great investment for the future! Based upon the article below, the price of housing will surely skyrocket once the natural gas is processed from the Binghamton area. Also, click on the links below to estimate possible gas royalties once drilling begins . Read the following from a recent Binghamton press article on natural gas discovery in broome county:
BINGHAMTON -- A representative from the Bradford County, Pa., Conservation District briefed a Broome county Legislature committee Thursday on his municipality's experiences with the natural gas rush and contingencies local officials should be prepared for.
District Manager Michael Lovegreen said gas development in Bradford County has been relatively smooth, but told the legislature's Ad Hoc Natural Gas Education Committee that lawmakers need to be ready for anything.
Lovegreen said the influx of activity has caused Bradford rentals to skyrocket, with an apartment that used to cost $500 or $600 a month now fetching closer to $2,500 or $3,000.
The committee also was addressed by Chip McElwee, executive director of the Broome County Soil & Water Conservation District, who said the state's conservation districts are eager to provide assistance when large-scale gas development comes to New York.
Click on the link below for a great article on possible gas royalties once drilling begins (the map in the link suggests that the thickest part of the gas is in our region:
http://geology.com/articles/marcellus...
Click on the link below to estimate possible gas royalties once drilling begins:
http://geology.com/royalty/

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