Southern Point | Sold
Listed: $267,500 | Sold: $267,500
3 Bed | 2 Full, 2 Half Bath | 3,627 SqFt *Includes walkout
Why We Love It
1. Walkout Level. Everyone today seems to love the 5-level split floor plan, but few of them actually offer 5 finished levels. Fewer still, offer a walkout with the lowest level. This amazing home brings you 3,627 square feet of finished living space that includes a nearly 1,000 sqft rec room on the lowest level that walks out to a backyard bordered by a ravine. The 4 levels above this one already make the home stand out among its peers... but this one takes it to another level entirely. Rec room, guest level, teen suite, craft central... you can do whatever you want down here because you're not lacking for living space throughout the rest of the home.
2. The Other 4 Levels. A 2-story great room, a separate family room, a huge loft, and a private owner's suite highlight each of the other 4 levels of this beautiful home. The great room is a perfect example of how to create an open feeling in a living space; soaring ceilings lead your eye up to the open baluster loft, the living area and kitchen are only separated visually by a change in flooring materials, and natural light floods into the space thanks to the 10 (yes... ten) windows in the room. We'll go further into detail for the rest of these levels below but with all the living space you find on them... that lowest level feels like winning the lottery.
3. Exterior. I love the view of the home from the street. The stone facade with grey siding, white trim, black shutters, and a black door on the covered porch seem to align with every design trend we hear requested with today's Buyers. I even like the attention to detail where the white stone borders the tidy landscaping beds... it feels like they even trimmed out the much to match the house. Around back you have a fairly nice sized yard that feels even larger because the rear property line is separated from the homes behind it by a nice little ravine. When that fills in this summer, you'll feel like you have a private backdrop. The lower level patio/deck was going to come next (until they decided to make a move) but the view from the great room balcony/deck is one to appreciate. The way this back section of the neighborhood is situated, you have a nice view from up there.
What You Need To Know
I tend to run on a bit with these descriptions and with so much to appreciate with this home... I'm going to try to keep it brief. This really is a home you should come see in person to appreciate.
Entry Level: You step into the home and are presented with a view of the great room in the back, with options to veer into the formal dining room or kitchen along the way.
The formal dining room is first, as it sits in the front of the home with direct access to the kitchen. This room is definitely large enough to fit an entire dining room suit and there are 5 windows providing natural light. A tray ceiling, crown molding, and arched doorways add a detailed look to the room.
If you're looking for an open kitchen, you found it. The kitchen itself is completely open and the room is open to the great room. Our Sellers wanted this open feel so they opted not to add an island but a permanent one could be added pretty easily... you could just pick up a movable island to keep it simple. If you like to keep the pantry stocked, you're in luck here because they added and entire wall-ful of pantry cabinets. The detailed look of arches and crown molding was continued in here.
We talked about the great room above but I also want to point out little extras like the gas fireplace and ceiling fan. This a great room that truly lives up to its name.
Also located on the entry level is garage access, laundry room, a half bathroom, and access to the balcony/deck.
Level +1: This level is reserved for your private owner's suite. Once again, we find details like a tray ceiling and crown molding to create a custom feel... and a ceiling fan for a practical purpose. Custom painted stripes on the wall remind you that your room is a special place and the tone creates a calming feel. You're given a walk-in closet for your wardrobe and your bathroom features a double vanity.
Level +2: A huge loft up here is open to the great room down below. With two more bedrooms and a full bathroom also located here, this loft makes for a great living area for their inhabitants. Whether you put in a desk for homework, couch and TV for lounging, or just keep all the toys piled here... you'll all come to appreciate this loft. Or, if you're in need of a 4th bedroom, it wouldn't take much to convert this area.
Level -1: Down a short flight of steps, you find pretty flexible space. Usually reserved for the comfy couch and big TV, you have options depending on how you use the great room and walkout levels. Even though you're descending a flight of steps, a window to the back yard reminds you that you're still not below grade.
Level -2: Welcome back to the walkout level we started this post with. This space is divided into two separate spaces (plus the bathroom) by a wall but it still feels like one huge room. The "living" side of the room has been carpeted and the "play" side has a more durable laminate flooring. As you can see, the living side of the room sets up perfectly for an overhead projector and in case you're wondering... yes, we are available to come over and watch Buckeye games down here with you.
Location: Located in the newer section of Southern Point, this neighborhood offer a HUGE park and a community swimming pool.
[Full screen images. Grab a tablet or laptop.]
Information is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed.