The Coshocton County Beacon March 28, 2018 - Page 31

THE BEACON 31 402 CROSS ST., NEWCOMERSTOWN The bright & airy atmosphere of this remodeled Victorian will be inviting to your family! This home has been modernized yet maintains character. Spacious 1st fl oor living room, kitchen has plenty of storage and easy to clean fl oors, 1st fl oor new full bathroom and, 2nd fl oor has new carpet and nice master suite w/bath and walk in closets. Neat and clean basement, wraparound porch, nicely landscaped and newer detached 32’x32’. $109,900 LIS W $62,500 500 WEST CANAL ST., NEWCOMERSTOWN 10 Ac. Here is an awesome opportunity if you are looking for land that offers privacy but yet is conveniently located in town. This 10 acres has a two story home secluded on the property which will need TLC. The home has a fuel oil furnace, shingled roof, newer septic system and newer full bathroom on the fi rst fl oor. The home will not pass any Government type mortgage without repairs. The land is woods and some boulders. Auctioneer & Realtor 310 W. Main St., Newcomerstown 740-498-5275 or 330-204-1025 www.ronhickmanauctioneer.com RA Re a l PEVIN RON A. HICKMAN $49,000 www,oldetownrealtyoh.com • www.coshoctonauctions.com $109,900 234 E. MAIN ST. EXT., NEWCOMERSTOWN Easy one fl oor living is offered in this 2 bedroom, 1 bath- room home that has been tastefully updated. Trendy color scheme throughout makes this house bright and inviting. Newer windows and furnace provide energy savings w/attached garage. This house is move in ready and affordable! Deb Davis 28833 CR 49, WARSAW 43844 5 acres nice home site, well, sep- tic, electric and driveway. Property currently has a nice 24 x 40 garage Drywall and insulation and ½ bath. $275,000 For the Service You Deserve 218 Cambridge St. Coshocton 740.622.3669 23620 TR 1194, COSHOCTON This stylish home has custom updates throughout and sits on 5.6 acres at the end of a Cul-de-sac offering nice seclusion. The beautiful brick ranch features open concept living with 4 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms and a custom cherry kitchen. You can re- lax in the large spa in the cedar sunporch all year long or entertain in the tastefully fi nished lower level that leads to a 13’x30’ cement patio. Cement drive with 2 car attached garage, 3 car detached and additional 1 car/storage barn. Large deck (536 sq. ft.) outback, well maintained yard. $ 129,900 2406 Maple Avenue Zanesville 740.453.6533 $32,000 $69,900 209 E. Russell Ave., W. Lafayette 740.819.0217 www.oldetownrealtyoh.com 2 beds and 1 bath currently rented for $450 monthly. 433 PEARL ST., NEWCOMERSTOWN 2 Bedroom Home all on one fl oor. Large lot 55 x 198 fenced in. High effi cient gas furnace and central air. Out buildings, 10 x 10 storage barn also a 10 x 30 metal building. Home sell con- tingent on Seller fi nding suitable housing. Contributed | Beacon Gorgeous remodeled brick home offering 3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 Baths. Restored hardwood fl oors throughout. Fireplace, formal dining room, newer charming kitchen, concrete driveway, upgraded garage, new windows, beautiful landscaping and a fenced in backyard. This home is beautifully renovated! 803 GRANDVIEW, COSHOCTON $35,000 BRICK CAPE COD MLS#3982573 $35,000 3 beds, 1 & ½ bath currently rented for $500 monthly. please contact Treasurer Lori Regula at 740-545-9221. Th e evening’s program was given my Marilyn Gress, which was a very infor- mative demonstration of cold-frame gardening. Herb report was given by Julia Brown on the herb saff ron. It is with great sadness that we say good bye to former herb society member Nan- cy Kalinowski, our sincere condolence to her husband Tom and family at this diffi cult time. Th e next regular meeting will be April 18 at the home of Carol Haendiges. Long term tenant, 3 beds, 1 bath currently rented $400 monthly. 815 SOUTH LAWN, COSHOCTON Contributed | Beacon Herb society discuss plans for herb fair COSHOCTON - Th e Coshocton County Herb Society met in the red house at Clary Gardens on March 21, with seven members in attendance, along with one guest Maureen Hayes. Many topics were addressed, but the main topic was the upcoming 19th Bi-Annual Herb Fair to be held on June 9 at the Emanuel Lutheran Church. Hostess Betsy Alverson with co-hostess Jodi Shrimplin gave those in attendance a sampling of the menu that will be served at this year’s Herb Fair - starring the 2018 herb of the year hops. For those interested in the upcoming Herb Fair, 857 CHESTNUT ST, COSHOCTON NEW HOME THIS YEAR! INTO A GREAT Celebration Singers, organist Alice M. Hoover, timpanist Matthew H. Hayes, the Roscoe Brass Quintet, tenor Matthew P. Downing, pianists Caroline S. Heading, Ann A. Leppla and Kelly L. Kendall, and fl autist E. Luane Campbell. All are also invited to share Easter breakfast in the parlor at 9 a.m. with an Easter egg hunt immediately following for children 6th grade and younger. All are invited to share in this celebration of the Resurrection. Pres