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Amazing 4-5 BR is nestled in the woods of Sherwood Forest on 1.15 ac double lot! Enjoy the huge open cabin like great room w/stone fireplace w/French doors leading to newer refinished deck overlooking your own private woods. Plenty of room for everyone in this spacious 3,200+ sq ft home. Beautiful hardwood floors & trim, stained glass & large windows throughout to enjoy the views. 2 BR in finished bsmt both have their own walkout to patios. Newer roof, new hot water heater, new SS built in dishwasher, & New carpet was just installed on 4/10. A MUST SEE!! Marianne Hall 614-563-2064

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Beautiful 1940’s Tudor home in the heart of Newark! Living room with gas fireplace, family room, eat in galley kitchen, family room and 3 seasons room on first floor. 4 spacious bedrooms, 1.5 baths and walk up attic. Basement partially finished with a another whole living room and rec/game room for a growing family. Large deck and fenced in back yard. 2 car detached garage. So much space and so much to offer!



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Gardening’s benefits jibe with today’s emphasis on wellness Dean Fosdick



An outdoor chess set provides as much satisfaction as utility. It also may pay off when selling the property. DEAN FOSDICK VIA AP

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Modern gardening isn’t just about growing plants – it’s part of a movement toward personal and family wellness that includes everything from diet and exercise to a clean and livable environment. “A lot of things are going on with wellness as it applies to our food culture,” said Helen Lundell, a senior consultant with The Hartman Group Inc., a company that studies consumer, food and beverage trends. “The essential theme is consumers are moving toward natural foods. First and foremost is the absence of pesticides and chemicals used in production.” But gardening fits the moment in ways beyond healthier food, she said. “People want to exercise,” she said. “They want to connect with nature. They want to socialize. They want to have some private time and disconnect from social media. They want longterm weight management rather than crash diets.” All of those can be benefits from gardening. A trend toward outdoor living has blossomed in landscape design, and is also healthrelated, said Missy Henriksen, a spokeswoman for the National Association of Landscape Professionals. “People are recogniz2R ing that being outdoors

benefits wellness,” Henriksen said. “They feel better when they interact with nature, even if it’s simply looking through a window.” If you’re remodeling a

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10770 Twp Rd 67 $299,999 13 acre mini-farm

295 Cobblepond Rd $439,900 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths

3165 Dickory Cir $419,900 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths

1773 Longhill Dr $429,900 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths

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A fire ring is one of many health-related themed spaces becoming popular in landscape design. It’s the kind of hardscaping that provides enjoyment as family lifestyles evolve. DEAN FOSDICK VIA AP


deck or patio, Henriksen said, consider adding creative lighting, wifi, TV connections, and shelter from harsh sun and wet weather. “Not only for nighttime use, but more people are working remotely from home and they’re doing it outdoors,” Henriksen said. When planning the garden, she recommended nature-scaping with pollinator-friendly plants (“Attracting wildlife is a great educational tool for kids”) and including edibles. “People look at their landscapes and think they’re attractive, but they may be missing some personal benefits,” Henriksen said. “Herbs, fruits and vegetables add texture, color and variety to residential landscapes.” You also can hardscape to fit family lifestyles as they evolve. Include badminton or bocce ball courts, chessboards, pools and spas, fire pits and yoga spaces. Aside from their immediate satisfaction, these also may pay off when selling the property. Try your local university Extension office if you need help. “Family health and wellness has been the mission of Oregon (State University) Extension for over 100 years,” said Stephanie Polizzi, a registered dietitian-nutritionist with the university. “Our field faculty and campus specialists have expertise in nutrition, community food systems, physical activity and community engagement,” she said.


Calm, cool and collected Architectural Digest Show features unique modern decor

The Bride paper pendant lamp, designed by Ieva Kaleja for Mammalampa, is woven by hand so no two are alike. Decorative accessories that play with light and weight were an interesting trend at the Architectural Digest Design Show in NYC. MARIE BURGOS DESIGN/MAMMALAMPA VIA AP


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2849 Dayton Rd NE, Newark • $174,900 Looking for a beautiful country setting? This lovely 3 BR, 2 BA ranch on 1 ac is calling you home! Kimberly Keith 614.561.8315

1282 Bluejack Ln, Heath • $279,900 Four BR, 3.5 BA custom home. Finished bsmt w/walkout rear deck w/screened in porch. Rex Fetzner 740.325.0169

735 Lakeshore, Hebron • $579,900 Elegant custom home made for a houseful of guests! Four boat slips, lots of outdoor space! Jim Bidigare 740.587.2000

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297 Pleasant View Dr, Granville • $289,000 1+ ac. Granville schools. Multiple decks. Lots of updates. 1 owner home. 4 BR, 2 BA. Bi-level. Host: Thom Mckee 740.616.9693

12054 Eddyburg Rd, Newark • $229,000 4 BR, 2 BA, 12+ ac. Licking Valley school district. Host: Rese Jhordan 740.975.1075

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0 Weiant Ave 23, 24 & 25, Newark Buy nice size lot if 3 grouped as one & build. Motivated seller! Martha Oprandi 740.973.4109

4672 Granview Rd, Granville • $475,000 Fantastic craftmanship in this home on 3 wooded acres. Granville schools. Jim Bidigare 740.587.2000

4656 Gratiot Rd SE, Newark 10.30 ac! Beautiful views, wooded lot, two barns. Call now for your appointment! Kimberly Keith 614.561.8315

47 Oak Dr, Hebron • $439,900 Lake and pond views throughout. Oak eat-in kitchen. Enclosed porch. Cul-de-sac. Very peaceful. Jim Bidigare 740.587.2000

330 W National Dr, Newark • $250,000 Carry out with drive by. 2 apartments. Beer & wine licenses. Billie Allen 740.403.9488

9 Keswick Commons, New Albany Elegant 4 BR condo in downtown New Albany. 1st floor master. Patio. Private yard. Immediate possession. Linda Dimon 740.973.4063

1015 Main St, Dresden • $224,900 Currently being ran as bed & breakfast. 5 BR, 5 BA Victorian home. 3,376 sqft. 7 décor. fireplaces. “Carriage house” Jessica Winland 740.819.0160

277/279 Hudson Ave, Newark • $119,675 212 S 5th St, Newark 575 E Main St, Hebron • $400,000 1530 Deeds Rd, Granville • $599,400 12135 Marne Rd, Newark 15/17 W Shields St, Newark • $119,675 136 Wildwood Ave, Newark Beautiful secluded 20 acres with in/outdoor Beautiful horse ranch. 33+ ac. Pond & Duplex. Landlord in process of cleaning out Duplex. 100% occupied. Rents $650-$550. Two houses. Front house features 5 units. Most of work done for you. Needs TLC. A Retail development site. 2.73 acres. equestrian arenas, 22 stalls, 4 BR/3.1 BA horse barn. 4 BR, 3 BA home. Call for your vacant unit & painting. Rent $650-$525. Landlord pays water. Rear house features 2 units. Good income. must see! newer home. showing today! Tenant pays utilities. Billie Allen 740.403.9488 Carol Sherman 740.973.4622 Billie Allen 740.403.9488 Jim Bidigare 740.587.2000 Kimberly Keith 614.561.8315 Billie Allen 740.403.9488 Martha Oprandi 740.973.4109 If your property is listed with a real estate broker, please disregard. It is not our intention to solicit the offerings of other real estate brokers. We are happy to work with them and cooperate fully. ©2018 Columbus LLC. All Rights Reserved. Coldwell Banker King Thompson fully supports the principles of the Fair Housing Act and the Equal Opportunity Act. Operated by a subsidiary of NRT LLC. Coldwell Banker and the Coldwell Banker Logo are registered service marks owned by Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. Real estate agents affiliated with Coldwell Banker King Thompson are independent contractor sales associates and are not employees of Coldwell Banker King Thompson.

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This month’s Architectural Digest Design Show offered winter-weary attendees a breath of fresh air with many design ideas that were calm, cool and collected. Some highlights:

Calm Brooklyn textile design firm Eskayel put founder Shanan Campanaro’s painterly watercolors of Moroccan rooftops on its Mural collection of fabrics and

wallpapers, in a soothing palette with blue, gray and cream. Stockholm-based textile designer Akane Moriyama’s Draped Flowers curtain was popular with the Instagram crowd at the show. The limited-edition curtain is made of spun washi-paper thread in small factories in Japan. The strong, washable thread is knit into curtains with over 100 pockets where fresh flowers can be placed. The curtain’s floral tableau can be constantly changed for different looks or scents, “blurring the line between still and living objects,” says Moriyama. The Bride pendant lamp, designed by Mammalampa’s Latvian creative director, Ieva Kaleja, and available through Marie Burgos Design, is woven by hand, so no two are alike. The fixture’s plaited paper is meant

to evoke a bride’s dress. “As light shines through, “says Kaleja, “you will find yourself infused by an aura of airy lightness; almost as if the lamp were not subject to the law of gravity.” Vermont Modern by Hubbardton Forge added to its collection of innovative lighting with the More Cowbell pendant. Glass cowbells hung from Vermont maple dowels, creating a playful fixture with a Scandinavian design vibe. See DECOR, Page 6R 4/14/18

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The slice of Lucite braced between two brass legs, the interplay of heavy metal and transparent materials makes Scout Design Studio’s Orleans table one of the eye-catching trends at this year’s Architectural Digest Design Show. SCOUT DESIGN STUDIO VIA AP

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Cool Transparent and opaque materials like clear or brushed glass and plastic can be a nice foil to energetic wallpaper prints, wild rugs or upholstery. Dallas-based studio Scout showed their Orleans side table, a chic play of contrasts with shiny brass legs supporting a slice of clear Lucite. Also in the booth was a modern take on the rocking chair, with looping acrylic and brass arms. Patterned rondels in latte, gray, tobacco and clear glass are crafted by Rhode Island artist Tracy Glover, and then mounted with brass arms to create a constellation-shaped fixture that can be mounted on the ceiling or wall. Glover honed her craft in a 13th century Belgian convent’s crystal factory and at Dale Chihuly’s Pilchuck School, where she was mentored by Venetian masters-in-residence. New York architect and engineer Rachel Robinson showed her Purl Lounge Chair. Brushed brass connectors cradled an ash wood frame within a pair of satin-finished glass legs. The frame is a loom onto which a wool roving seat cushion is woven. The mix of materials makes a surprisingly comfy chair. ( )





Amy Astley, Architectural Digest’s editor-in-chief, says, “We’re seeing a shift back to collecting. Handcraft is a big trend – design where you can appreciate the hand of the artist, and the quality of how things are made.” The MADE section of the show is always one of its strongest. This year, it showcased lighting, furniture and art from more than 160 emerging artisans and international studios. Canadian studio Norquay brought some of their soft wool blankets and a selection of lithe, cherry-

Ben Watkins casts his plaster artwork in a studio in Providence Rhode Island. “The world is a complicated place,” he says. “I want to create something quiet and simple.” BEN WATKINS/BENWATKINSSTUDIO.COM VIA AP

Scout Studio’s reinterpreted rocking chair features modern acrylic and brass hoop arms. KIM COOK VIA AP

wood paddles, their otter tails painted with striking graphics. Some are water-ready; others purely decorative. The company was started by artist and avid canoeist Natasha Wittke. She once took a monthlong canoe trip through northern Ontario. “I spent so much time with a paddle in my hand,” she says, “that I suppose it was inevitable I would make it my canvas one day.” Ben Watkins had come down from Providence, Rhode Island, to set up at the show. He displayed an array of spare cast-plaster artworks in which patterns emerged from the pristine white material: an egg, antlers, the linear planes of a minimalist landscape. “I’m always looking for the moment when something changes or shifts,” says Watkins, who works in plaster, wood and metal. “I’m fascinated by the fluidity and possibility of one thing becoming another, and the movement inherent in that transition.”

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Spacious updated 4 bedroom and 2 1/2 bath ranch. Beautiful hardwood floors throughout. Eat in kitchen w/white Amish built cupboards. Granite counter tops and ceramic floor tile in entrance and kitchen. LG appliances include stainless steel range, refrigerator, dishwasher and microwave. You will enjoy two fireplaces, one in the living room and one in the lower level rec room. Six panel doors with brushed nickel hardware. 4’’ white trim. Living room, formal dining room, 1st floor sun/rec room walk out to deck. Lower level rec room with new carpet, ceramic tile and walkout to patio. Anderson windows. Very efficient hot water radiant heating system and air conditioning. Excellent condition, on cul de sac. Convenient to Rt 16. Owner related to listing agent. Call: Carole Link, Realtor 740-344-1047

Limited edition How to squeeze the most into constricted garden space As herb and vegetable gardens, composting and other aspects of green living become more popular, many people with limited outdoor space are looking for ways to squeeze the most out of it. Even a small patio or balcony can be made useful and plant-friendly, interior designers say. Here, Czajkowska and two other experts – Connecticut landscape architect and designer Janice Parker, and Atlanta interior designer Jen Sypeck – offer advice on creating a lush and plant-friendly area even in a tiny space.

Map out your plan Assess your space realistically, says Czajkowska, and then seek inspiration at a home and garden store or on Pinterest. Decide what your goals are. Do you want to fill the space with beautiful blooms, cutting some for indoor flower arrangements throughout the summer? Or would you love to grow an ample crop of herbs for cooking or become a composter? Once you choose, get creative. As you plan, consider which tools or equipment you’ll need for gardening or other outdoor work. One space-saving solution: For seating, choose closed benches with storage space inside.

Choose plants strategically If you’re a first-time gardener, Sypeck says, “start with a hardy plant like rosemary or lavender. Both of these beauties offer a statement moment, an ornamental element, aromatic benefits and are hard to kill.” Another good option is buying premade container gardens with plants and flowers that work together. “Chances are a garden expert paired everything with similar needs,” she says. “That way, you can water accordingly and provide the correct amount of sunlight needed.” For vivid color without too much effort, consider a pre-planted container of succulents such as cheveria, kalanchoe and sedum. They’re hardy, Sypeck says, “but they don’t look like it, as they produce vibrant colors and flowers. When paired together, they create a striking container garden, with the same care requirements.” If you want color and beauty during the warm season, Parker says, “stick with annuals for high impact color from May to October.” If your outdoor space doesn’t get much sun, choose plants that do well in the shade. And in a limited space, “choose plants that grow slowly and keep their form,” Parker says, like boxwood roses or Japanese maples.

Landscape architect Janice Parker designed this vertical container garden. Vertical container gardens offer space for a wide range of herbs and flowers, even on a small porch or balcony. JANICE PARKER VIA AP

Embrace color and drama In a small space, Parker says, don’t be afraid to go big. For example, instead of planting herbs or flowers in small planters, choose one large and dramatic planter as a design statement. She and Sypeck say there are many beautiful, lightweight planters available made with a mix of fiberglass and zinc or bronze, so you can create a dramatic look that’s safe to use on rooftops or balconies where weight is an issue. She also recommends repurposing unexpected items as eye-catching containers: “An old copper ice bucket was one of my latest victims turned into a now thriving succulent garden,” she says. “I’ve also been known to spray paint a pot or two if I’m craving a new color and vibe.” Even a small composting bin can be hidden inside an attractive planter,

helping that practical item blend well into an outdoor living space. Earth tones work well for planters, Parker says, but “one wonderful brightly colored planter can be terrific” too.

Make other details count Think of a balcony or small patio as an outdoor room, Parker suggests. Choose a beautiful table as a focal point, even if it’s small and will have plants on it. Also consider lighting, and how the space will look and feel at night, as well as during the day. If the outdoor space doesn’t have electricity, no problem. Use LED candles or battery-powered lights clustered around the space. As a finishing touch, add a sculpture or other item – like a decorative birdcage painted a bright color – amid your plants.


LICKING COUNTY PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS The first name(s) listed is the seller and the second name(s) listed is the buyer. Bennington Township z 10741 Cooper Rd, Dysert Todd J and Null Katherine M, Yarman Scott A and Julie M, 3/22/2018, $191,000 Reynoldsburg z 2036 Destin S Pl, Powell Melissa C and Mark A, Gulley Tia L and Cokes Jason M, 3/22/2018, $256,000 z 2066 Claystone Pl, Liu Xu, Gajmer Gopal and Purni, 3/19/2018, $271,000

z 970 Mueller Dr, Rice Thomas K and Laurie A, Portillo Dina Saenz and Caballero Mario Villanueva, 3/20/2018, $294,350 Etna Township z 150 Wendell Rd, Nelson Rick L and Sharon S, Howard Dorothy K Trust, 3/20/2018, $203,000 z 121 Copland Dr, Pulte Homes of Ohio LLC, Adhikari Ram and Adhikari Ganga, 3/19/ 2018, $288,245 Fallsbury Township z Mckee Hill Rd, Bennington Jennifer M,

Greenup Resources LLC, 3/21/2018, $55,000 Granville z 10 Cedar Ct, Wilcox Cory V and Hannah E, Kirwin Keegan and Jenavieve, 3/19/2018, $349,000 z 126 Bedwen Bach Ln, Barnes Cindy P Trustee, Munhall Joseph G and Anna W, 3/20/2018, $479,500 z See PROPERTY, Page 8R


Also selling personal property 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bath, on 1 acre Visit:, Auctioneer ID#10820

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382 Bryn Du Dr, Palumbo Paul D and Cynthia L, Jen Yao Nan and Clare Ching, 3/21/2018, $541,000 Newark z 198 Crimson Dr, Rockford Homes Inc, Willey Lori A and Darren J, 3/19/2018, $292,212 z 103 Valley St, Tmah LLC, Camille Tahiti LLC, 3/19/2018, $25,000 z 62 Mill St, Adkins Investments LLC, Hilaman David Lee, 3/19/2018, $59,900 z 1525 Woodridge Dr, Delawder Charles Daniel and Diane S, Adams Nathan C and Courtney, 3/19/2018, $62,000 z 342 10th St, Lynn Marshall D and Toni M, Smith Jessica L, 3/21/2018, $67,500 z 38 Poplar Ave, Shriver Joyce E and Shriver Brian E, Johnson Andre S, 3/21/ 2018, $77,900 z 36 Poplar Ave, Shriver Joyce E and Shriver Brian E, Johnson Andre S, 3/21/ 2018, $77,900 z 402 Tuscarawas St, Thunder Mountain Homes LLC, Brandt Zachary R, 3/19/ 2018, $87,500 z 215 Essex St, Henderson Shawn D and Chasity, Porter Zachary A and Johnston Chance, 3/19/2018, $88,725

z 516 Moull St, Eyman Charles L, Gooden David and Kathryn, 3/22/2018, $95,000 z 97 34th S St, Mansfield Jacob Alan and Abbigail M, Smith Nicolas C, 3/21/2018, $95,400 z 88 Spring St, Hill Janet E, Kise Neil F, 3/19/2018, $113,000 z 45 Channel E St, Eldridge Patricia, Trubiano Julie A, 3/21/2018, $115,900 z 305 Stare Rd, Heath Corn Growers LLC, Barcus Kealey D, 3/21/2018, $123,900 z 47 31st N St, Smith Justin G and Tigner Johna R, Wentworth Destiny V and Anthony L, 3/19/2018, $129,900 z 236 Quentin Rd, Bertke Michael A and Jacob Jaclyn M, Hobbs Joshua Duane and Aber Theresa F, 3/21/2018, $133,500 z 1177 Saxony Dr, Chapman Laurence L, Gerbig Donald G Jr and Frances R, 3/19/ 2018, $322,000 z 1456 Meggin Melanne Ln, MC Development LLC, Lindskog Erik J and Wendy, 3/19/2018, $362,000 Harrison Township z 75 Determine Ln, Telhio Credit Union Inc, Poe Christian M and Morgan A, 3/20/2018, $178,000

z 224 North Bend Dr, Slate Brian D and Margaret W, Chamlagai Tika, 3/20/ 2018, $210,000 z 157 Terrier Ct, Homewood Building Company LLC, Wood Scott and Tanya G, 3/20/2018, $260,870 Liberty Township z 4150 Nichols Lane Rd NW, Gurney Jonathan and Amanda, Kocsis John C and Tiffany S, 3/19/2018, $461,000 Licking Township z 143 Quailrun Rd, Smith John T and Sherry R, Shepherd Clint, 3/21/2018, $22,000 z 580 Coshocton Ave, Lee Matthew S and Jessica, Myers Tylor, 3/19/2018, $177,000 z 6347 Davis Drive Rd, Miller Kyle D, Baral Kul and Kamala, 3/21/2018, $300,000 Johnstown z 43 Kasson St, Koons Adam T, Staneart Sean R and Shannon M, 3/19/2018, $15,000 z 101 Meadow Ln, Baughn Kimberly S, Rosshirt Kirsten E and Colton J, 3/22/ 2018, $135,000 Union Township z 40 Granview Crossing, Terra Nova Partners LLC, Klinger Darrin and Christi-

na, 3/19/2018, $140,500 Buckeye Lake z 93 6th Ave, Barrett Earl W and Tara C, Fitch Leslie and Greg, 3/21/2018, $25,000 z 42 Highland Ave, Pancake Deloris Mae, Bandiera Loreta, 3/19/2018, $87,000 z 225 Union Ave, Ewart Darrell J, Turlo Douglas, 3/19/2018, $130,000 Heath z 968 Northbrook Ct, Watson Donna S, Hacker Matthew S II, 3/21/2018, $135,000 z 575 Irving Wick Dr, Irving Wick Drive Apartments LLC, Grubb Lance and Molly, 3/19/2018, $315,000 Pataskala z 218 Vine St, Steinbrenner Nadine Ann, Charlowe David, 3/20/2018, $85,000 z 664 Sleigh Ct, Prince-Johnson Roneka, Mcduffey Maiklyn, 3/21/2018, $205,000 z 1819 Azalea Ln, Meade Amy M and Jeffrey K, Lawler William H, 3/21/2018, $374,000 z 13788 Havens Corners Rd, Summers Ronald E and Deborah Dale, Brown Deborah A and Kerr William F, 3/21/2018, $375,000



632 Moull St, North NewarkWell-maintained! Updated baths & kitchen. Living & family rooms, spacious laundry space w/built-in storage space & attached 1 car garage w/storage space. Rear covered patio & fenced-in yard. $145,900


662 Licking View Drive, HeathMove in ready 3 bed ranch home. Fresh paint, new carpet & vinyl flooring, new cabinets, furnace & A/C. Oversized 1 car attached garage. Spacious fenced rear yard w/vinyl privacy fence. First floor laundry. $119,900


443 Central Ave, NewarkGreat opportunity for Investor or Buyer! Home sitting on double lot. Private rear lot for playing & more. Hardwood floors, lots of character, front sitting room surrounded by windows! Garage, covered front porch, newer roof! $74,900

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7363 Mount Vernon Rd, Saint Louisville9.6 acres residential, mini-farm/commercial use. Ranch style home w/updates offering great room & home office w/separate entrance. Private patio, large covered front porch. Large storage room for work shop or additional space w/double utility doors to side of home. $175,900

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742 Lake Shore Dr, HebronSpacious 4 level split located in Harbor Hills, Well cared for 4 Bedroom, 1.5 Bath home, 1st floor laundry, Owner’s suite w/huge walk-in offers 2 Bedrooms & 1 Bath and has a good formal living & dining, eat in kitchen, covered closet, 4 car attached garage. 4 season room amount of sq ft. Front & Rear Porches for sitting w/panoramic views, rear deck & patio, private or entertaining. $59,900 front porch & screened in rear porch, $129,900 boat dock on Maple Bay! $479,000 Lots of potential for an Investor or Buyer! Home


103 Oak Run, HeathBeautiful 3 bedroom, 2 and ½ bath condo located at The Villages of River Oaks. Open concept, gas log fireplace, 2 car attached garage, walk in closets, 1st floor laundry, 2nd level bedroom could also be bonus living room great for entertaining! $229,000




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340 Rodney Lane, HeathEquestrian Facility w/a total of 35.74 acres (1015 acres wooded & 8-9 acres farmland), Huge barn w/tack room/wash bay/stalls, Indoor arena & outdoor arena, 66’ covered round round pen, 82’ x 60’ barn with 20 stalls, 48’ x 24’ equipment barn & tool shed. In ground pool, $649,000

River Oaks Lots, HeathPlanters Ridge Lots, North NewarkRiver Oaks SubdivisionPlanter Ridge SubdivisionRestricted home sites w/city water & sewer. Convenient to SR 16, SR 79 & 1-70. Great Several single-family restricted home sites w/ location for the commuter. Total of 40 lots available in subdivision. Prices vary. electric, water & sewer available. Prices vary.

The Village at Morgan WoodsQuiet cul-de-sac offering wooded building lots, all city utilities & pleasant surroundings. Many custom-built homes in subdivision meeting or above developer’s design standards. Builder discount available on multiple lot purchases. Prices vary.

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