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Billy Wemlinger

Billy Wemlinger has been licensed since 2004. He oversees the marketing of all Parrett Group listings as well as their online and offline presence.

Billy Wemlinger has been licensed since 2004. He oversees the marketing of all Parrett Group listings as well as their online and offline presence.

Jan 24 5 minutes read

2327 Hunterstown Dr, Grove City, OH 43123 -- SOLD

$119,900 | 3 Bed | 1½ Bath | 1,280 SqFt | MLS#215027106

Why We Love It

1. Condition. This home has been well cared for by these original owners and just received a fresh update before hitting the market. Fresh paint and an entire level of new flooring was just completed for you; brand new ceramic tile in the entry, half bath, eat-in kitchen, pantry, and brand new carpet in the great room. Other updates include: refrigerator 2014, AC condenser 2012, AC compressor 2010, bedroom carpet 2010, roof with dimensional shingles 2009, hot water tank 2007, insulated garage door and opener 2005, and the driveway was just sealed. The Sellers even paid for their own home inspection - available for your use upon request - so they could make sure the home is in top notch condition for you.

2. Great Room. Vaulted ceilings, a gas fireplace, natural light pouring in from windows on both sides, and measuring approximately 23' x 13'... the room you'll spend most of your time in is pretty spectacular. Open to the kitchen and leading out to the backyard, this will be the center hub of your household activity. Considering that it has new carpet and paint, all you have to do is bring your couch, TV, and the recliner that is so old and broken in that no one else will attempt sitting in it (otherwise known as the greatest chair in the world) and you're ready to go.

3. Use of Space. The first thing that typically goes missing in homes of this size is the storage space. It's not something you think about when looking for homes, but it's definitely something that you notice soon after moving in. It shouldn't be an issue here. Custom built shelving gives you a dream pantry, a custom closet was added in the full bathroom, the walk-in closet of the master has lots of space and a window for natural light, and the crawl space makes the rest of the basement usable space.

What You Need To Know

This home was built by M/I Homes in the newer section of Stoneridge in 1994. This convenient location lets you ride a bike to two different parks within 5 minutes (Stoneridge Park and Gantz Park), shop and dine on Stringtown Rd. in 6 minutes, or even be in downtown Columbus in 12 minutes.

Interior: The main living area of this home is east to identify. The great room is large, wide open, and everything today's buyers are looking for in their living space. You'll have plenty of options for furniture layout in this space of nearly 300 square feet.

The room is also open to the eat-in kitchen which features a gas range, a newer refrigerator, and a bay window in the dining area looks out on the backyard. If you like to cook or shop for bulk bargains, you're going to love this pantry with its custom built wood shelves. Go ahead and load up on the dry goods... you've got the space.

You'll pass the half bathroom on your way to the steps as we head upstairs. Three bedrooms, a full bathroom, and a pretty sweet little plant ledge/decorative nook (we like touches like that) await you. We mentioned the window in the master closet before and while it may sound trivial, it really is nice to have so much natural light in there. Have you ever walked out of the house wearing clothes that didn't match because you couldn't really tell what colors they were when you grabbed them? No? Oh... well then me neither.

The basement offers you more room for storage (crawl space) and a little extra space for living if you need it... note the foosball table. The way the utilities have been laid out makes it pretty easy to finish the lower level completely if you wanted.

Exterior: With the clean landscaping, brick and vinyl facade, and freshly sealed driveway, this home defines the term "curb appeal". It looks like it could be the stock image next to the description of your typical American neighborhood. The backyard continues the lush feeling of the front and has mature trees providing plenty of shade. With the neighbors' fencing bordering three sides of the property, it feels surprisingly private for a neighborhood.

Enjoy the photos, take the 3D tour, and maybe even come see it in person. But if you want to call this great little place home, you better do it all fast.

Information is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed.

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