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Belle Sherman Walking Neighborhood Feels No Pain!
The Belle Sherman walking neighborhood that borders Cornell on the south west, is feeling no pain this year. Residents who own homes in this neighborhood have a distinct advantage when it comes to accessing Cornell - two direct routes to the campus run right to the campus from this neighborhood: Rt. 366 (also known as Ithaca Rd.), and Cornell St., which becomes Oak Ave. when it crosses Rt. 366. The quality of homes is generally good, and the inventory consists of mostly older homes from 50-100+ years of age. The occasional mint condition Craftsman can be found here, as well as plenty of 2 story homes with finished or finishable attic spaces. There are even a few high-end town homes in Belle Sherman.
For the year past, 32 single family homes sold in the area, or 2.6 homes per month. The average list price was $203,200, and the average sold price was $193,400. The average home seller can expect about 95% of their asking price in this neighborhood. Average price per square foot was $132 for single family homes ($127 when townhomes and condos were included), and the average time on the market was just 117 days, which is a bit ... more
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