3582 Juniper St, Grove City, OH 43123 -- SOLD

$164,900 | 3 Bed | 2½ Bath | 1,664 SqFt | MLS#215031361




SOLD

Why We Love It

1. Our Homeowners. Seriously, these are the type of Sellers you want to buy a home from (I speak from experience here! I used to live in a previous home they fixed up). The home is spotless and no detail was too small for their attention. And it doesn't hurt that he is one of the most impressive hobbyist carpenters that we've ever seen. The kitchen cupboards? Hand built from hickory. The Andersen windows? Custom trimmed. The oak hardwood floors? Yep... you guessed it. These were proactive homeowners who didn't wait until something went bad and then ignored it. If they sensed something could need replaced, they did it. Things like...

2. Updates. You might want to grab the calculator and start adding up all the money these homeowners spent so that you wouldn't have to. They've replaced big ticket items like: roof, siding, furnace, air conditioner, kitchen cabinets, windows, hot water tank, and they installed a radon mitigation system for you. They even installed more cold air intakes and reworked the ducts to make the air flow more consistent throughout the house. Cha-ching.

3. The Backyard. This doesn't feel like your typical subdivision backyard. Your yard is large and is already fenced in for you. The neighbors have pretty large yards as well which makes it feel even more wide open. There is a concrete patio for your cookouts and a huge shed for storage. Want to guess who custom built the shed? If you've got a green thumb, there is a tilled vegetable garden at the back of the property so you can have fresh produce at those cookouts.


What You Need To Know

Quietly tucked away in the basement of 3582 Juniper St. is the space we like to call the Westgrove Woodshop. Table saws, vices, and sanders were all neatly put away until they were needed for another project around the house. The quality of work they preformed is quite impressive... and soon it call be all yours.

First Floor: This flexible floor plan allows you to head into the living room from the right of the front door or skip to the back of the home by heading left. These homeowners really have shown off the versatility here as they use the front living room as their media/TV area, the original dining room as their den, and the original family room as their dining room. The current dining room has hardwood floors and is open to the kitchen, making it a perfect candidate to become the family room of today's more common open concept living. Either way... the spaces work well together.

The kitchen is the centerpiece of the home. The custom hickory cupboards are beautiful and they spent many, many hours mixing the stain to get it just right. Our Sellers didn't have a need for a dishwasher but they knew someone down the line might want to add one so the pre-wired everything to make installation a breeze. You probably noticed the photo of the pulled out cabinets to the left of the sink... that's it. This kitchen was laid out to be efficient for the cook of the home and enjoyable for everyone else.

A set of full glass doors lead out to the patio and a half bath is tucked away next to the stairs.

Second Floor: Upstairs is where you'll find all 3 bedrooms and both full bathrooms. Your owner's suite is huge (full width of the house), has 3 separate sets of closets, and its own bathroom. The other two bedrooms are pretty big in their own rights and they both have a ton of closet space too; two double closets and a triple.

Basement: The full basement is home to the mechanicals and the washer and dryer. It was large enough to serve as the homeowner's workshop and workout area as well. The existing cracks in the floor have been sealed (an engineer's report is actually available) and a radon mitigation system was installed to run through the center of the home ad up through the roof; this way you don't have a large piece of pipe running up the outside of the home.

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