22 Fairway Drive, Denver, PA 17517-9734 $309,900

Beds/Baths: 3/2.1
Interior Sq. Ft: 3,164
Acreage: 0.46
Age:30 years
Style:
Colonial
MLS#: PALA143216
Mobile#: 9353
Subdivision: None Available
Design/Type:
Detached

Description

Fantastic colonial near Hawk Valley! Large rooms and a fully finished basement with wet bar. There is a room in the basement that could be a 4th bedroom. Large driveway and side entry 2 car garage. Huge deck at the back of the house that over looks the in ground pool. Plenty of room in the yard for games and/or storage shed. Large living room, dining room, family room and kitchen on the first floor. Kitchen has breakfast bar and space for a large table. Large, side entry, mud room with laundry. Spacious 2 car garage. Large upper level bedrooms. The main bedroom has 3 closets, two of which are generous size walk ins. Just minutes to the PA Turnpike. Short drives to Lancaster, Reading, Morgantown and more! Call to have a look today!

Kitchen: 21 X 11 - Main
Living Room: 17 X 13 - Main
Dining Room: 13 X 11 - Main
Family Room: 20 X 11 - Main
Basement: 24 X 23 - Lower 1
Basement: 20 X 15 - Lower 1
Master Bed: 16 X 13 - Upper 1
Bedroom 2: 13 X 10 - Upper 1
Bedroom 3: 10 X 9 - Upper 1
Laundry: 10 X 7 - Main
Taxes: $3,982
Home Assoc: No
Condo Assoc: No
Garage: Y
Basement: Y
Pool: Yes - Personal
School Dist: Eastern Lancaster County

Features

Utilities
Forced Air Heating, Electric, Central A/C, Electric, Well Water, Public Sewer, 200+ Amp Service

Garage/Parking
Attached Garage, Driveway, Built In, Garage Door Opener, Garage - Side Entry, Inside Access, Asphalt Driveway, Attached Garage Spaces #: 2;

Interior
Full Basement, Fully Finished Basement, Accessibility - Chairlift

Exterior
Vinyl Siding, Other, In Ground Pool

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Public Elementary (3 schools)

School District Grades Place Distance
Brecknock El School Eastern Lancaster County School District K-6 Denver 0.56 mi
Adamstown El School Cocalico School District K-5 Adamstown 3.21 mi
Brecknock Elementary School Governor Mifflin School District K-4 Mohnton 3.26 mi

Private (22 schools)

School Grades Place Distance
White Oak Mennonite School 1-8 East Earl 1.17 mi
Silver Hill School - Narvon 1.85 mi
Chestnut Hill School 1-8 Denver 1.95 mi
Goods Parochial School 1-8 East Earl 2.03 mi
Muddy Creek Christian School 1-12 Denver 2.21 mi
Gehmans Mennonite School K-8 Denver 2.46 mi
Center Parochial School 1-8 East Earl 2.84 mi
Wide Hollow Amish School - East Earl 3.06 mi
Kramer Mill School - Denver 3.1 mi
Pieffer Hill Parochial School 1-8 Stevens 3.51 mi
Union Grove Mennonite School 1-9 East Earl 3.54 mi
Terre Hill Mennonite High School 9-12 Terre Hill 3.55 mi
Shalom Mennonite School K-8 Terre Hill 3.58 mi
West Terre Hill School 1-8 Terre Hill 3.61 mi
Lincoln Independent School 5-8 Ephrata 3.63 mi
Spring Grove Parochial School - East Earl 4.29 mi
Napierville Mennonite School - Stevens 4.3 mi
Conestoga Parochial School 1-8 East Earl 4.63 mi
Reamstown Mennonite School 1-10 Stevens 4.74 mi
Pennytown Mennonite School - East Earl 4.78 mi
Mountain View School - Narvon 4.83 mi
Berks County Montessori Country Day School Preschool-8 Reading 4.94 mi

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This report is a detailed community overview for Denver(17517), Pennsylvania.

Community Quick Facts

  • Daytime population in this area: 13,800
  • Average travel time to work for people in this community: 21
  • Average salary of people in this community: $44,761
  • Closest Major Airport: Harrisburg International
  • Closest Major Sports Teams: Reading Fightin Phils (Aa)

Community Summary

  • Population Growth (since 2010): 0.55%
  • Population Density (ppl / mile): 443
  • Household Size (ppl): 2.76
  • Households w/ Children: 31%
  • Annual Residential Turnover: 0%

Housing Inventory

  • Owned: 4,485 (78.0%)
  • Rented: 1,082 (18.8%)
  • Vacant: 182 (3.2%)
  • Total: 5,749

Population Demographics

The population of the community broken down by age group. The numbers at the top of each bar indicate the number of people in the age bracket below.

Total: 15,476
Households: 5,567
Median Age: 40.02

Climate and Weather

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Education

The Community Educational Index chart is based on the U.S. Census Bureau's Socioeconomic Status (SES) elements. Factors used in creating the index below are income, educational achievement, and occupation of persons within the selected ZIP code. Since this index is based on the population of an entire Zip code, it may not reflect the nature of an individual school.

Educational Climate Index: 3 (1 = Low, 5 = High)

Highest Level of Education Attained

  • Less than 9th Grade: 8.8%
  • Some High School: 7.6%
  • High School Graduate: 40.9%
  • Some College: 13.8%
  • Associate Degree: 7.1%
  • Bachelor's Degree: 16.8%
  • Graduate Degree: 4.9%

Workforce

  • White Collar: 45%
  • Blue Collar: 55%

Income by dollar range

Median Income: $67,457

Fair Market Rents

The Fair Market Rents show average gross rent estimates based on figures provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

  • Studio: $629
  • One Bedroom: $749
  • Two Bedroom: $944
  • Three Bedroom: $1,210
  • Four Bedroom: $1,301

Crime

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