Homes for Sale in Central Park
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Available Central Park Real Estate Listings
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- Bagley Downs
- Burton Ridge
- Central Park
- Dubois Park
- Edgewood Park
- Ellsworth Springs
- Evergreen Highlands
- Evergreen Shores
- Father Blanchet Park
- Forest Ridge
- Fourth Plain Village
- Harney Heights
- Hudson's Bay
- Meadow Homes
- North Garrison Heights
- Rose Village
- Shorewood East
- Shorewood West
- The Heights
- Vancouver Heights
Central Park Information
The earliest homes in Central Park, that still come on the market from time-to-time, were built in 1910.
The architectural styles of houses for sale in Central Park include Ranch, Bungalow, Cottage, Daylight Ranch, Row House, Cape Cod, Craftsman, Contemporary, Victorian, Townhouse, Traditional, Custom, and Saltbox.
When describing Central Park homes for sale, Realtors often note the city, river, territorial, wooded, mountain, and park (or green belt) views. Houses here sit on level, sloped, corner, treed, gently sloping, hilly, wooded, cul-de-sac, secluded, pond, and gated entrance lots.
Visually, the overall look of the neighborhood is defined by homes with wood, vinyl, lap, cedar, brick, T-111, shingle, metal, aluminum, shake, stucco, fiber cement, stone, asbestos, block, board & batten, hard concrete stucco, wood composite, and plywood siding. Roof materials commonly used are composite, metal, shingle, and tile.
Outside the main residence, properties could also likely include fences, decks, patios, covered patios, gardens, tool sheds, porches, outbuildings, security lighting, sprinklers, workshops, dog runs, covered decks, RV parking spots, gas hookups, gazebos, built-in hot tubs, satellite dishes, guest houses, saunas, greenhouses, and pools.
Based on RMLS data, home sizes in Central Park range from 515 to 3411 square feet with an overall average of 1514 square feet. A typical residence here is a 2 bedroom / 2 bathroom home.
Some of the interior features found in dwellings here include wall to wall carpet, hardwood floors, ceiling fans, dedicated laundry rooms, washer and dryer units, laminate flooring, wood floors, tile floors, high speed internet capabilities, soaking tubs, separate living quarters (apartment or auxiliary living unit), granite, air cleaners, jetted tubs, heatilators, high ceilings, engineered hardwood floors, water filters, intercoms, dumbwaiters, central vacuums, vaulted ceilings, water softeners, concrete floors, sprinklers, bamboo floors, slate flooring, wainscoting, home theaters, and sound systems. Kitchens features could include built-in dishwashers, disposals, free-standing refrigerators, built-in microwaves, pantries, built-in ovens, gas appliances, stainless steel appliances, granite, plumbing for an ice maker, built-in refrigerators, tile, range hoods, appliance garages, cook islands, butler's pantries, instant hot water units, and marble. Living rooms could include fireplaces, hardwood floors, wall to wall carpet, decks, built-ins, ceiling fans, laminate flooring, vaulted ceilings, high ceilings, wood floors, high speed internet capabilities, and sliding doors.
Heating & Cooling
The heating systems for homes in the neighborhood could include forced air systems, baseboards, heat pumps, wall furnaces, wood stoves, zoned systems, AFUE 90 forced air systems, and mini splits. Cooling systems could include central air, heat pumps, window units, and wall units. Fuel sources commonly used are electricity, gas, oil, and wood.
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