3450 Newburg Rd

    Louisville, KY 40218
    • $196,900
    • STATUS: Active
    • ON SITE: 102 days
    • ID#: 1516673
    UPDATED: 72 min ago
    $196,900
    • 5
      BEDS
    • 0.14
      ACRES
    • 2
      BATHS
    • 0
      1/2 BATHS
    • 1,665
      SQFT
    • $118
      $/SQFT
    Neighborhood:
    Type:
    Single-Family Home
    Built:
    1956
    County:

    School Ratings & Info

    Description

    THIS HOME IS BETTER THAN MOST OF THE OTHER HOMES ON THE MARKET. THE DETAILED LISTING BELOW WILL EXPLAIN WHY THIS HOME IS BETTER. This beautiful 5 bedroom, 2 bath home has been renovated with care and concern for craftsmanship and longevity. The home has no carpet. It was constructed in mind for reducing allergies. Half the house has real hardwood floors, the same kind of hardwood floors they've been using for more than one hundred years. This wood floor can be sanded and re-stained many times over. The floor is over fifty years old. Half the house has tile floor. The majority of the tile is porcelain. The portion of the home that has tile floor also has tile baseboard. This is wonderful for allergy reduction because dust and water spills won't get underneath and into the walls.The tile in the master bathroom floor is a beautiful Italian marble with an Italian marble baseboard that goes all the way behind the bathroom cabinets. This was constructed this way in case there was ever a water problem in the bathroom so that water would not leak into the bathroom and cause mold problems. This extra step keeps the bathroom healthy. The second bathroom is ceramic tile that has a mud set base with metal mesh reinforcement. The walls of the bathroom have ceramic tile with metal mesh reinforcement. The tile in this bathroom is very strong and will last throughout time. The flooring that holds up the porcelain and Italian marble flooring has been upgraded. Before the tile was installed on the floor, the subfloor was removed. The beams that hold up the floor were reinforced with extra headers and the actual beams themselves, most of them have a leg that carries the weight down to the concrete. The subfloor is constructed of real plywood. Plywood is of superior strength and is used in commercial buildings because of its strength. The standard today for floors in residential homes is flake board. There is no flake board (saw dust and wood chips glued together) in this floor. The subfloor plywood has been screwed and nailed to the floor beams. The screws give superior strength to the floor and keep the floor from squeaking. Underneath the kitchen tile floor, extra support beams have been installed to help give the kitchen superior strength. This area has a lot of walking on it and we chose to strengthen up this floor to help it stay rigid with many people in the same area. The doors inside the house are wood. We chose wood because wood doors always have a fresh look as they are very resistant to show off hand prints or smudge. The doors always look sharp and clean. The internal walls that separate the master bedroom have insulation in them to dampen sound transmission. The master bathroom has insulation in the walls to dampen sound transmission. The kitchen cabinets are made of real wood. They are constructed of oak and will stand the test of time. All the windows in the house are high efficiency, double pane, thermally insulated. The attic has a large amount of insulation, more than the standard amount of insulation required. This keeps the heat in the living space of the home. All of the outside walls are fully insulated in the home. A lot of older homes do not have insulation in the walls or insulation in the attic. The back half of the home underneath the tile floor is fully insulated. This helps keep the heat in and helps moderate the floor temperature. The first part of the house has a brick exterior surface. The back half of the home has vinyl siding. The roof has thirty five year dimensional roof shingles that are supported by a very, very strong roof. The wood underneath the shingles has been upgraded to inch real plywood, supported by inch 1 by pine. This makes the roof sheathing approximately 1 inches thick. Most roofs today are built with inch flake board (sawdust and woodchips glued together), which tends to puff up and flake apart after water gets on it over time. This roof being 1 inches thick of wood is very strong and will protect the home from the forces that lay upon it. The gutters are 6 inches wide and are wider than average gutters one would use on a residential home. They're wide and can catch hard rains and bring the water to the ground more efficiently, creating more longevity as they start to fill up with leaves and debris. The gutters are screwed into the house with long screws. This gives the gutter incredible strength to be able to hold upright in the event of frozen water or clogged gutters without pulling the gutter away from the house like other gutters. When the gutter pulls away from the house, the water can go behind the structures and make its way into the home causing mold and rot. We chose to use the long screws to hold in the gutters to reduce allergies. This keeps the home more watertight and creates an efficient gutter drainage system. The basement walls have been sealed and are mold resistant. The shelves in the basement add up to more than 200 square feet of shelving. The plumbing has copper and PEX piping. The PEX piping will help prevent any pipes from breaking in case they become frozen. The pipes that are underneath the tile flooring are thermally insulated. The faucets in the house are brand new. The faucets in the house are very modern Delta Lahara fixtures. The toilet seats in the house are new and are soft close, they won't slam shut if you drop them. The kitchen sink has been installed in such a way that if the seal at the countertop leaks, it won't affect the countertop. We have painted the bottom of the countertop with exterior grade paint. The hole cut in the countertop for the kitchen sink has exterior grade paint. Underneath the kitchen sink, there is a custom made pan in the event of a quiet water drip leak. It will catch in the pan. Underneath the pan is a marine grade plywood which would resist any decay. The front of the ledge on the underside of the kitchen countertops has been covered with mica countertop material because this will keep the u

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    3450 Newburg Rd Louisville, KY 40218

    • Price: $196,900
    • Status: Active
    • Updated: 72 min ago
    • ID#: 1516673
    5
    Beds
    2
    Baths
    0
    ½ Baths
    0.14
    Acres
    1,665
    SQFT
    $118
    $/SQFT
    1956
    Built
    Neighborhood:
    Sunny Acres
    County:
    Jefferson
    Area:
    Buechel/Highview/Okolona/Fern Creek
    Property Description
    THIS HOME IS BETTER THAN MOST OF THE OTHER HOMES ON THE MARKET. THE DETAILED LISTING BELOW WILL EXPLAIN WHY THIS HOME IS BETTER. This beautiful 5 bedroom, 2 bath home has been renovated with care and concern for craftsmanship and longevity. The home has no carpet. It was constructed in mind for reducing allergies. Half the house has real hardwood floors, the same kind of hardwood floors they've been using for more than one hundred years. This wood floor can be sanded and re-stained many times over. The floor is over fifty years old. Half the house has tile floor. The majority of the tile is porcelain. The portion of the home that has tile floor also has tile baseboard. This is wonderful for allergy reduction because dust and water spills won't get underneath and into the walls.The tile in the master bathroom floor is a beautiful Italian marble with an Italian marble baseboard that goes all the way behind the bathroom cabinets. This was constructed this way in case there was ever a water problem in the bathroom so that water would not leak into the bathroom and cause mold problems. This extra step keeps the bathroom healthy. The second bathroom is ceramic tile that has a mud set base with metal mesh reinforcement. The walls of the bathroom have ceramic tile with metal mesh reinforcement. The tile in this bathroom is very strong and will last throughout time. The flooring that holds up the porcelain and Italian marble flooring has been upgraded. Before the tile was installed on the floor, the subfloor was removed. The beams that hold up the floor were reinforced with extra headers and the actual beams themselves, most of them have a leg that carries the weight down to the concrete. The subfloor is constructed of real plywood. Plywood is of superior strength and is used in commercial buildings because of its strength. The standard today for floors in residential homes is flake board. There is no flake board (saw dust and wood chips glued together) in this floor. The subfloor plywood has been screwed and nailed to the floor beams. The screws give superior strength to the floor and keep the floor from squeaking. Underneath the kitchen tile floor, extra support beams have been installed to help give the kitchen superior strength. This area has a lot of walking on it and we chose to strengthen up this floor to help it stay rigid with many people in the same area. The doors inside the house are wood. We chose wood because wood doors always have a fresh look as they are very resistant to show off hand prints or smudge. The doors always look sharp and clean. The internal walls that separate the master bedroom have insulation in them to dampen sound transmission. The master bathroom has insulation in the walls to dampen sound transmission. The kitchen cabinets are made of real wood. They are constructed of oak and will stand the test of time. All the windows in the house are high efficiency, double pane, thermally insulated. The attic has a large amount of insulation, more than the standard amount of insulation required. This keeps the heat in the living space of the home. All of the outside walls are fully insulated in the home. A lot of older homes do not have insulation in the walls or insulation in the attic. The back half of the home underneath the tile floor is fully insulated. This helps keep the heat in and helps moderate the floor temperature. The first part of the house has a brick exterior surface. The back half of the home has vinyl siding. The roof has thirty five year dimensional roof shingles that are supported by a very, very strong roof. The wood underneath the shingles has been upgraded to inch real plywood, supported by inch 1 by pine. This makes the roof sheathing approximately 1 inches thick. Most roofs today are built with inch flake board (sawdust and woodchips glued together), which tends to puff up and flake apart after water gets on it over time. This roof being 1 inches thick of wood is very strong and will protect the home from the forces that lay upon it. The gutters are 6 inches wide and are wider than average gutters one would use on a residential home. They're wide and can catch hard rains and bring the water to the ground more efficiently, creating more longevity as they start to fill up with leaves and debris. The gutters are screwed into the house with long screws. This gives the gutter incredible strength to be able to hold upright in the event of frozen water or clogged gutters without pulling the gutter away from the house like other gutters. When the gutter pulls away from the house, the water can go behind the structures and make its way into the home causing mold and rot. We chose to use the long screws to hold in the gutters to reduce allergies. This keeps the home more watertight and creates an efficient gutter drainage system. The basement walls have been sealed and are mold resistant. The shelves in the basement add up to more than 200 square feet of shelving. The plumbing has copper and PEX piping. The PEX piping will help prevent any pipes from breaking in case they become frozen. The pipes that are underneath the tile flooring are thermally insulated. The faucets in the house are brand new. The faucets in the house are very modern Delta Lahara fixtures. The toilet seats in the house are new and are soft close, they won't slam shut if you drop them. The kitchen sink has been installed in such a way that if the seal at the countertop leaks, it won't affect the countertop. We have painted the bottom of the countertop with exterior grade paint. The hole cut in the countertop for the kitchen sink has exterior grade paint. Underneath the kitchen sink, there is a custom made pan in the event of a quiet water drip leak. It will catch in the pan. Underneath the pan is a marine grade plywood which would resist any decay. The front of the ledge on the underside of the kitchen countertops has been covered with mica countertop material because this will keep the u
    Exterior Features

    Construction BrickBrk/VenFrame - WoodVinyl Exterior Out BuildingsPorch Fencing Chain LinkFull FencePrivacy FenceWood Foundation Poured Concrete Garage Parking DrivewayNo GarageOff-Street Parking Lot Description ClearedLevel Roof Shingle Style Ranch

    Interior Features

    Above Grade Finished Sq Ft 1665.00 Above Grade Unfin Sq Ft 0.00 Basement Unfinished Bedroom Level 1 Bedroom Remarks Back Bedroom 4Tile FloorExt. Door Below Grade Finished Sq Ft 0.00 Below Grade Unfin Sq Ft 1665.00 Closets Level1 8 Dining Area Remarks Dining Area in Addition Off Kitchen First Floor Master Yes Full Bath Level 1 Full Bath Remarks Remodeled Gorgeous Full Bath Heating Cooling Central AirForced Air HeatGas Heat Kitchen Remarks Large Kitchen W/ Plenty Of Cabinets Laundry Room Level B Laundry Room Remarks Laundry in Large Unfinished Basement Living Room Remarks Huge Addition! 2nd Living Room Master Bathroom Remarks Remodeled Gorgeous Master Bath Master Bedroom Length 9' Master Bedroom Level 1 Master Bedroom Remarks Huge Master Bedroom W/ En Suite Master Bedroom Width 23' 1' Nonconform Sq Ft Fin 0.00 Nonconform Sq Ft Unfin 0 Total Baths 2.00 Total Closets 8.00 Total Fireplaces 0.00 Total Rooms 8 Total Unfin Sq Ft 1665.00

    Property Features

    City Tax 0 County Tax 0 Disclosure Yes Hoa Fee No Lot Sq Ft Source Pva Residential Sub Type Single Family Residence Sq Ft Source Pva Utilities ElectricFuel:NaturalPublic SewerPublic Water

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