After signing a four-year, $88 million contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars this offseason, the Super Bowl LII most valuable player appears ready to move on completely from the Philadelphia region.
Nick Foles listed his South Jersey home for $799,000 on Wednesday, according to its Zillow listing.
The 3,228-square-foot Haddonfield home, which was new construction when Foles and his wife, Victoria, bought it in May 2017 for $700,000, has four bedrooms and three bathrooms.
Inside, the home has espresso oak hardwood flooring throughout, a large dining room with a Juliette balcony overlooking the quarter-acre yard, a gourmet kitchen with stainless-steel appliances and a tiled sunroom that has 15-foot-high ceilings, according to the listing.
The master wing of the home has two walk-in closets, a custom shower and a soaking tub.
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Listed for just $105,000 this large 2 story home has lots of charcter. Home is located in Cedarville, New Jersey in Cumberland County on a quiet street. Home features 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. Kitchen has all new kitchen cabinets and stainless steel appliances. Large front porch, spacious family room and separate dining room. Rear sunroom, detached 2 car garage, walk up attic, full basement. Roof, vinyl siding and well are less than one year old. Seller to install new septic system prior to closing.
Detached Garage, Driveway Parking plus 2-Car Garage, 2 Detached Garage Spaces, Garage – Front Entry, 2 Car. 200+ Amp electric service, Heating: Radiator – Oil, Hot Water: Electric. Call today to shedule your tour and ask about listing # 82. Stacy Schnell ~ Realtor Associate / Direct: 856-364-0772
According to fresh findings from realtor.com®, there’s been an improvement in inventory nationwide—but what does that mean for this spring?
Compared to Feb. 2018, there were 6 percent more homes on the market this year, equaling 73,000 more listings, according to the Feb. 2019 realtor.com report. Inventory in the largest markets opened up substantially, with the biggest leaps in the West: 125 percent more in San Jose year-over-year; 85 percent more in Seattle; and 53 percent more in San Francisco.
For homes in the $750,000 or more range, inventory picked up 11 percent year-over-year. The same couldn’t be said for the $200,000 or less segment, with 7 percent fewer listings on the market.
The imbalance is an issue for millennials and others in the starter tier, who’ll have less options in their search this spring.
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