If you're looking for open-concept, this is your floor plan. I've seen this room set up as one huge great room, as a family room with a reading nook, as a family room with a play zone, as a living room with a dining area, and as a family room with office space. The eat-in kitchen is open around the corner and the loft is open up above. There are so many ways to set this room up that you could change it depending on the season.
Tired of fighting for elbow room when there are too many cooks in the kitchen? Or worse yet, tired of getting stuck in the kitchen by yourself because there isn't enough room for anyone else? Worry no longer. Your new kitchen has enough counter space for your sous-chef to help you prep dinner and for others to sit, chat, and keep you company.
A nice, fenced-in backyard on the corner of a cul-de-sac... this is a great place to patio-sit with friends and neighbors. The lot location and screening provided by the landscaping combine to give you the feeling of being out in the open, while still retaining some privacy. This is the second time we've listed this home and both sets of homeowners commented how much they loved sitting out here with their neighbors. It makes you wonder if Mr. Rogers himself is somehow living nearby.
As you pull up, take a quick look at your large corner lot. And traffic down the side street should be minimal as it is a short cul-de-sac.
Step inside and take a look at your great room. We detailed the many ways we've seen this room arranged above... and we weren't exaggerating.
Your TV could go on any number of walls with your couch and chairs adjusting with it. Add a reading nook by the front windows or drop a dining table next to the fireplace. I love how the ceiling is vaulted on the front half of the room but changes to a standard height in the back because of the loft. It still gives you an open feel but creates a little more interest and coziness.
The carpet in this room was replaced in the fall of 2016 and a fresh coat of paint was applied here (and through most of the home) just a couple months ago.
The floor transitions to tile as you step into the kitchen. There is plenty of room for your kitchen table and lots of counter space for meal prep. With all of this room and the fact that the kitchen is open to the great room, the chef of the house won't ever have to be disconnected from everyone else.
On the other side of the kitchen, you'll find a powder room and your first-floor laundry.
Head upstairs and make a stop in the loft. This is a large area, currently open to the great room below, that is perfect for another TV, playroom, office, or reading nook. And if life throws you a curveball and you find yourself in need of a fourth bedroom, this would be very easy to convert.
Down the hallway, you find two bedrooms on your left, a full bath straight ahead, and your owner's suite on the right.
Your private quarters come with vaulted ceilings, a large closet, and your own bathroom with a double vanity.
Storage won't be a concern for you. You have a partial basement with a large crawl space... just waiting for all of your stuff.
While you're down here, take a look at the updated hot water tank (2018) and furnace (2016). The air conditioner outside was also updated in 2016. And while you're looking at it, look up to see the roof that was replaced in 2018.
These homeowners put a lot of work into the patio and landscaping outside because they loved sitting out here with neighbors and friends while the kids played and the dog got some exercise.
This comment from the sellers stood out to me because when we helped the last homeowners sell this home, they made the same remarks. They both told us how much they were going to miss these neighbors.
So when you move in, be sure to introduce yourself... it sounds like you'll be happy that you did.
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