Homes for Sale on the Old Evergreen Highway
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Old Evergreen Highway Information
Homes on the Old Evergreen Highway were built starting in 1901.
The architectural styles of houses for sale on the Old Evergreen Highway include Custom, Daylight Ranch, Ranch, Contemporary, Craftsman, Traditional, English, Cottage, Tudor, Cape Cod, Bungalow, Dutch Colonial, Victorian, Northwest Contemporary, Mediterranean/Mission/Spanish, and Foursquare.
When describing Old Evergreen Highway homes for sale, Realtors often note the river, wooded, territorial, city, and pond views. Houses here sit on level, cul-de-sac, gently sloping, treed, gated, corner, sloped, secluded, green belt adjacent, pond, wooded, terraced, hilly, and bluff lots.
Visually, the overall look of the neighborhood is defined by homes with fiber cement, cedar, brick, stone, lap, wood, stucco, vinyl, T-111, cultured stone, hard concrete stucco, wood composite, exterior insulated foam, shingle, shake, aluminum, tongue and groove, panel, metal, plywood, and board & batten siding. Roof materials commonly used are composite, tile, shake, metal, slate, and fiberglass.
Outside the main residence, properties could also likely include sprinklers, decks, patios, fences, covered patios, porches, gardens, tool sheds, security lighting, covered decks, workshops, RV parking spots, gas hookups, pools, free-standing hot tubs, guest houses, second garages, outbuildings, second residences, RV hookups, built-in hot tubs, dog runs, outdoor fireplaces, gazebos, satellite dishes, greenhouses, tennis courts, saunas, xeriscaped yards, raised flower beds, docks, and auxiliary dwelling units.
Based on RMLS data, home sizes on the Old Evergreen Highway range from 752 to 13997 square feet with an overall average of 3520 square feet. A typical residence here is a 3 bedroom / 3 bathroom home.
Some of the interior features found in dwellings here include dedicated laundry rooms, hardwood floors, wall to wall carpet, granite, tile floors, jetted tubs, ceiling fans, high speed internet capabilities, central vacuums, sound systems, wood floors, soaking tubs, high ceilings, wainscoting, washer and dryer units, vaulted ceilings, laminate flooring, marble, separate living quarters (apartment or auxiliary living unit), water softeners, slate flooring, quartz, sprinklers, home theaters, intercoms, air cleaners, bamboo floors, plumbing for a central vacuum, water filters, dumbwaiters, solar tubes, elevators, concrete floors, indoor pools, low-VOC materials, reclaimed materials, cork floors, grey water recycling systems, heated tile floors, engineered hardwood floors, and heatilators. Kitchens features could include built-in dishwashers, disposals, built-in microwaves, granite, pantries, islands, gas appliances, built-in ovens, stainless steel appliances, free-standing refrigerators, plumbing for an ice maker, cook islands, tile, built-in refrigerators, convection ovens, instant hot water units, double ovens, appliance garages, butler's pantries, trash compactors, quartz, wine coolers, range hoods, water purifiers, marble, and free-standing gas ranges. Living rooms could include fireplaces, vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, built-ins, wall to wall carpet, high ceilings, wood floors, decks, ceiling fans, tile floors, patios, sliding doors, bamboo floors, granite, central vacuums, slate flooring, wainscoting, and wood stoves.
Heating & Cooling
The heating systems for homes in the neighborhood could include forced air systems, heat pumps, zoned systems, baseboards, mini splits, ENERGY STAR qualified equipment, wood stoves, floor furnaces, wall furnaces, and heat exchangers. Cooling systems could include central air, heat pumps, window units, and wall units. Fuel sources commonly used are gas, electricity, oil, wood, and propane.
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