4917 Hogan Drive, Wilmington, DE 19808 $237,400
Interior Sq. Ft: 1,625
Subdivision: Village Of Plum Ru
Visit this home virtually: http://www.vht.com/434047405/IDXS - Welcome to 4917 Hogan Dr. located in Pike Creek in the very desirable Village of Plum Run. This townhome has been well maintained and is ready for its new owner. Entering the home you will be greeted with neutral colored paint and carpet through out. The first floor offers a formal living room, family room w/ wood burning fireplace, updated powder room, 1st floor laundry, dining area and walk out patio great for entertaining guests. The kitchen has been updated with granite countertops, tile back splash, tile flooring, and stainless steel appliances. The 2nd floor has 2 generously sized bedrooms w/ ample closet space and hall bath. The spacious 20x12 Master bedroom has a big walk-in closet, updated bathroom w/ tile shower, and private deck. The property offers a huge unfinished basement with tons of storage space and the potential to be finished. Enjoy many summer nights entertaining friends & family in the backyard. Updates: newer windows, paver front step and walk way, updated master bathroom, new vanities & fixtures updated kitchen, etc. The property is centrally located in the middle of Pike Creek close to many restaurants, shopping, parks and in Red Clay School District. Don't hesitate to view this home it won't last long!!
Bedroom 2: 13 X 9 - Upper 1
Bedroom 3: 14 X 10 - Upper 1
Family Room: 20 X 11 - Main
Living Room: 15 X 12 - Main
Kitchen: 14 X 8 - Main
Half Bath: 5 X 5 - Main
Full Bath: 8 X 5 - Upper 1
Basement: 25 X 18 - Lower 1
Home Assoc: No
Condo Assoc: No
Pool: No Pool
Heat Pump(s), Electric, Central A/C, Electric, Public Water, Public Sewer, 120/240V
Driveway, Off Street
Unfinished Basement, Accessibility - Level Entry - Main
Vinyl Siding, Deck(s), Street Lights
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Public Elementary (17 schools)
Public Middle (13 schools)
Public High (8 schools)
|Dickinson (John) High School||Red Clay Consolidated School District||6-12||Wilmington||1.75 mi|
|Meadowood Program||Red Clay Consolidated School District||Preschool-12||Newark||2.21 mi|
|Mckean (Thomas) High School||Red Clay Consolidated School District||9-12||Wilmington||2.72 mi|
|The Central School||Red Clay Consolidated School District||6-12||Wilmington||2.98 mi|
|Delcastle Technical High School||New Castle County Votech School District||9-12||Wilmington||3.96 mi|
|Newark High School||Christina School District||9-12||Newark||4.07 mi|
|Delaware School For The Deaf||Christina School District||Preschool-12||Newark||4.22 mi|
|Christiana High School||Christina School District||9-12||Newark||4.92 mi|
Private (19 schools)
|Tutor Time Learning Centers||Preschool-K||Wilmington||0.74 mi|
|Edu Care Preshool & Day Care||Preschool-Preschool||Newark||0.88 mi|
|The Independence School||Preschool-8||Newark||1.09 mi|
|Limestone Hills Day School||Preschool-K||Wilmington||1.09 mi|
|International Montessori School||Preschool-K||Wilmington||1.34 mi|
|Towle Institute||6-12||Newark||1.53 mi|
|Wilmington Junior Academy||Preschool-8||Wilmington||2.26 mi|
|Goddard Early Learning Center||Preschool-K||Newark||2.39 mi|
|Developing Minds Preschool And Learning Center||Preschool-K||Wilmington||2.47 mi|
|Cacc Montessori School||Preschool-K||Hockessin||2.54 mi|
|Scalia's Day Care Center||Preschool-||Newark||2.91 mi|
|St Mark's Prekindergarten & Kindergarten||Preschool-K||Wilmington||3.21 mi|
|Sanford School||Preschool-12||Hockessin||3.22 mi|
|Hockessin Montessori School||Preschool-8||Hockessin||3.27 mi|
|Wilmington Christian School||Preschool-12||Hockessin||3.57 mi|
|Tutor Time Child Care||Preschool-K||Newark||3.67 mi|
|Islamic Academy Of Delaware||Preschool-8||Newark||4.08 mi|
|The College School||1-8||Newark||4.38 mi|
|University Of Delaware Lab Preschool||Preschool-K||Newark||4.38 mi|
Catholic (3 schools)
|St Mark's High School||Diocese Of Wilmington||9-12||Wilmington||1.76 mi|
|St John The Beloved School||Diocese Of Wilmington||Preschool-8||Wilmington||2.4 mi|
|Holy Angels Elementary School||Diocese Of Wilmington||Preschool-8||Newark||2.71 mi|
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This report is a detailed community overview for Wilmington(19808), Delaware.
- Daytime population in this area: 38,492
- Average travel time to work for people in this community: 23
- Average salary of people in this community: $53,953
- Closest Major Airport: Philadelphia International
- Closest Major Sports Teams: Wilmington Blue Rocks (A)
- Population Growth (since 2010): 1.61%
- Population Density (ppl / mile): 2,794
- Household Size (ppl): 2.43
- Households w/ Children: 24%
- Annual Residential Turnover: 0%
- Owned: 12,504 (75.5%)
- Rented: 3,275 (19.8%)
- Vacant: 783 (4.7%)
- Total: 16,562
The population of the community broken down by age group. The numbers at the top of each bar indicate the number of people in the age bracket below.
Climate and Weather
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- Less than 9th Grade: 2.6%
- Some High School: 5.7%
- High School Graduate: 27.9%
- Some College: 18.4%
- Associate Degree: 7.0%
- Bachelor's Degree: 23.4%
- Graduate Degree: 15.0%
- White Collar: 68%
- Blue Collar: 32%
Median Income: $69,932
The Fair Market Rents show average gross rent estimates based on figures provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
- Studio: $845
- One Bedroom: $1,003
- Two Bedroom: $1,211
- Three Bedroom: $1,515
- Four Bedroom: $1,686
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