Another Property Sold - 75 Cumpstone Drive Hamden, CT

by Urban Specialists 09/27/2018

75 Cumpstone Drive, Hamden, CT 06518
Single FamilySold
List Price $179,900
Sold Price $179,000
75 Cumpstone Drive
Hamden, CT 06518
1,224Sq Ft

Est. Mortgage


Classic Knob Hill Cape in the Mt Carmel neighborhood with 4 bedrooms or 3 plus with den/ office. Partially finished basement can be used a recreation room. Eat in Kitchen and laundry on the first floor. Very large master bedroom upstair with adjacent half bath that can easily be made into full bath. Wonderful light and hardwood floors. A great price for a 3 bedroom home with central air and newer windows. Only thing to do is your Dream Kitchen a very nice home for just starting out.

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