Great Opportunity On A Harvest Ridge Thornton Foreclosure

Real Estate Broker/Owner with The Brian Petrelli Team - Metro Brokers ER0027363

Located east of I-25 and just south of 100th Ave, Harvest Ridge Thornton is a popular area in the north metro community. HUD has just listed a great deal on a three bedroom home in this neighborhood and it's worth discussing here.

Priced at well under $200,000, this is a rare opportunity on a Thornton Foreclosure. With three bedrooms, 2 baths and nearly a quarter acre lot on a cul-de-sac this 1,372 square foot home is going to attract a lot of attention from first time homebuyers.

We've seen very few opportunities for Thornton homes priced below $200,000 and this home offers a great opportunity for a buyer willing to put in a little work. If you're interested in learning more about this home or would like the detailed HUD inspection reports, give us a call and one of our HUD approved agents can help you out.

Harvest Ridge Thornton:

HUD Owned Home
2207 e 97th cir thornton 80229
2207 E 97TH CIR, thornton  Home Search MLS Picture
Beds: 3      Fin Sq Ft: 1372
Baths: 2     Year: 1997

# of Photos Avail: 20
V-tour Available:  No

MLS #: 1240805
Status: Active
Listing Office:
keller williams dtc
Broker Remarks:  huge lot!*quiet cul-de-sac*great room*front room can be formal living or dinning area*master suite with walk-in closet*c... more...        


HUD homes in Denver are bid on differently than any other foreclosure or hoe for sale. Placing a bid requires using an agent registered and approved by HUD. Our team can help you through this process. For more information, give us a call at 303-726-1874.





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