Sunday, July 24, 2016

Just Listed: Homes On 7th St. And Fulton Ave.

Dorchester has a lot going for it -- especially if you prefer living in a safe, friendly, closely knit and affordable community that has much potential for the future. Consider what Dorchester has to offer:
  • TOP-NOTCH SCHOOL: A new K-12 school with some of the state's best educators. The lowest school tax levy in the county -- and one of the lower property rates in southeast Nebraska.
  • QUALITY OF LIFE:  Extremely safe town.  New water system and sewer system. Near two major highways.
  • LOWER COSTS: Affordable cost of living. The cost of housing in Dorchester is 41% lower than the national average.
  • KEY BUSINESS: Headquarters for one of the state's largest agri-businesses (Farmers' Cooperative).
  • GEOGRAPHIC ADVANTAGE: A quick drive to jobs in Crete and Seward, and only 30 minutes to Lincoln, Dorchester is 10 minutes from Interstate 80.  Yet all the advantages of a small town.
However, one challenge facing Dorchester is available housing.  We often hear from many readers who say they would like to move to Dorchester, if only homes were available.

Today, we are showcasing the latest Dorchester homes available right now.

If you're ready to call Dorchester home, we encourage you to take a look and make an offer.
  • 913 Fulton Ave.:  Located on the east side of town in a nice neighborhood, this home is for sale by owners Bret and Amanda Cerny. We spotted it on our Facebook page. It is billed as a two bedroom, one office and one bathroom home.  Phone number unknown.
  • 203 W. 7th St.:  Ranch house for sale. Updates include newer siding, windows, roof and doors thru out on the main level. Over 2,000 square feet with main level and basement. Located on a corner lot with a chain link fence. City park sits catty corner to this property. Year built: 1974.  Two bedrooms, two bathrooms. See more here
And click here for a list of all Dorchester area homes currently on the market.

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