The Augustines and the Sliders crafted adjacent Colonials with practically identical floor programs in the Meetinghouse Village growth in Hatboro in the late 1960s and soon turned near buddies.
Paul Augustine remembers rising up there with the Sliders as digital grandparents, element of a friendly neighborhood exactly where “you’d bounce from one front yard to the upcoming.”
Soon after he moved somewhere else in the space, Augustine would return every snowstorm to shovel out both of those his mom and dad and the Sliders.
“You take treatment of each and every other,” he says. “That’s what I discovered.”
The Augustines are nonetheless alive and dwelling in the home they constructed, but Robert Slider died in 2014 and his spouse, Frances, died previous Oct at 95.
And Paul Augustine, now a Real estate agent, is offering the Sliders’ house.
The five-bed room, 2½-bathtub property has experienced various modern upgrades, including a new roof and drinking water heater in 2019. Augustine notes that its functional floor prepare would very easily lend by itself to modernization.
A porch front entrance sales opportunities into the lobby with a coat closet.
The very first floor has a massive residing area, dining area, and eat-in kitchen, as well as a family home with a stone-clad wood-burning hearth.
Upstairs are all 5 bedrooms, which includes a key suite with lavatory with stall shower.
There are also a rear patio, back again yard, and laundry space with two stroll-in closets.
In addition to a a person-vehicle attached garage, the driveway can accommodate at least four cars. Complete sq. footage is 2,272.
The house is in the Hatboro-Horsham University District.
It is stated by Paul Augustine of RE/MAX Centre Realtors for $400,000.