Sold Price Range: $325,001 - $370,000 Sold on : 12/29/2020
This corner lot property, reminiscent of a Tudor Style home, has mature trees and a sizable lot. This beautiful Front/Side elevation high lights the decorative half timbering on each of the distinctive gables. Simultaneously, this angle clearly exposes the rounded shake shingles. This angle really captures so many elements. Note the bay window at the far end and the box window at the near end.
The three dormers powerfully rise from the roof. The dormers, as viewed from the front elevation, adds to the dramatic presentation of this home. The three diamond paned windows are an essential element of the Tudor style. New roof according to Seller.
The large backyard will easily host numerous Guests during your outside activities. I suggest setting up the food and drinks in the Sunroom along with a few table. This will provide a place for those allergic to the outdoors a place to reside without having to wander through the home.
The detached 3 car garage with triple wide driveway provides plenty of space for vehicle storage. Frankly, the single garage can be used for golf cart or any small vehicle storage.
Appreciate the crown molding throughout the kitchen. The protruding valence over the sink suggests a thoughtful design. The countertops allow for separate preparation and presentation spaces exclusive of the spacious island. I would suggest the counter top above the dishwasher serve as the pre-prep area. The space immediately next to the stove (not pictured here) functions as the prep area. Of course the far counter, on the opposite the kitchen, should be used to present the finished meal.
I am sure your discerning eye pays attention to the details. For example, the granite window sill speaks of a classy kitchen. Even more, the custom cabinet hardware compliments not only the stainless appliances but also compliments the beautiful faucet. Finally, be sure to acknowledge the well-designed kick plates. Oh yea, don't forget the SOFT CLOSE CABINETS. ATTENTION TO DETAILS
The profusion of natural light compliments both the custom cabinets and stainless appliances. The recessed lighting forces the two island light fixtures to demand attention from the casual Observer as deserved. The flooring, island, granite counter tops, backsplash, ceiling, window frames and wall coloring share a subtle color scheme. The kitchen's color scheme works well together to successfully reside in the background forcing the custom cabinets to garner the spotlight.
Check out this massive island. Definitely a Chef styled kitchen. Can you see yourself both preparing delicious meals and entertaining Guests simultaneously in this exquisite kitchen?
From this eat-in kitchen you can see both the island and breakfast peninsula. Pay attention to the multiple counter areas. This kitchen boasts an abundance of counter space and a spacious eat-in area.
This huge breakfast area really contributes to the flexibility of this enormous eat-in kitchen. The natural light happens to be a recurring theme of most rooms within this home. You must really see the kitchen and breakfast area combo to value the design, size and accessibility.
The best feature of this laundry room has absolutely nothing to do with laundry. The best feature happens to be the size. It will easily accommodate a full sized refrigerator or stand-up freezer. Similarly, you can utilize this area as your pet's sleeping and eating area. Add a sleeping pallet, bowl of water and a bowl of food for your beloved pet. This arrangement makes it super convenient to separate your pet from your Guests. And, if your pet has an accident, the tiled flooring is easily clea
The chair rail molding promotes this as the formal dinning room. The natural light emanating from the diamond grid paned windows illuminates the entire room. Remember, the Tudor style calls for the diamond grid windows, nice detail.
Secondary bedroom #1 possess ample possibilities for bed, TV and desk layout.
Secondary bedroom #2 furniture layout has been customized to a degree considering the closet, half-bath, wall desk and entry door placement. That's Right, "HALF-BATH"
Secondary bedroom #3 will accommodate a variety of furniture layouts.
This vestibule welcomes Guest(s) in such a grand fashion. Upon entering the home, a view of the hearth, fireplace and triangle shaped windows on either side of the fireplace greets your Guest(s).
This huge living area boasts so many details of design quality. For example, the brick floor-to-Ceiling chimney with beautifully designed mantel, classically designed upper and lower cabinets with glass doors on the uppers, accented ceiling beams, dramatic cathedral ceiling, triangle shaped windows on either side of the chimney, great view through the bay window and floor-to-ceiling Wainscoting on the entire wall to include above the bay window. The natural light theme presents itself once again
Through the window paned French doors the huge family room leads to the huge sunroom. The natural light available between these two rooms must be seen to be fully appreciated. The size of this room begs to be sectioned off into multiple spaces via throw rugs. Or, this will serve as one huge entertainment area. What is your preference?
How can you not relish two walls-of-windows in the Sunroom? Tiled flooring, plenty of natural light and quick access to the outside, the ultimate work-out and exercise room. Even better, this will serve very well as a play area for children, an art studio, a reading room, or a 5th bedroom hosting a major sleepover. The flexibility of this room is mind boggling.
Accented ceiling beams support the ceiling fans. More importantly, the beams perfectly frame the floor-to-ceiling brick chimney, mantel and fireplace. Do you believe you're fully experiencing, via a picture, the brilliance of the combined, bay window, triangle windows and French doors leading to the Sunroom? This unique combination creates a setting which can only be appreciated in-person. The size of the room and height of the ceiling apex contributes tremendously to the setting of this living
Given the size of this Primary Bedroom, you can definitely section it off to include a sleeping, reading retreat and a small office area to conduct or participate in the requisite virtual meetings. Throw-rugs do a great job at sectioning off rooms. This room will even accommodate a temporary nursery if needed.
The Primary Bathroom dual sinks along with the recessed lighting looks like a work of art. The tiled flooring color and cabinetry hardware compliment each other very well.
The water-closet, center of the picture (opened door), provides privacy. The Primary bathroom floor, shower floor and shower tile detail really work well together. The flush mount lighting above the dual sinks illuminate the space very well. I really love the glass sliding shower door.
The artfully designed primary shower contains a frameless glass sliding shower door. I think it should be called a rolling shower door and not a sliding shower door. Frankly, I understand the confusion the name could cause. I really adore the shower head choice.
The separate Primary Bath vanity provides additional bathroom space. This spacious bathroom will nicely accommodate multiple users simultaneously.
Have you ever seen dual sinks in a Guest bathroom? Well, now you have. Admire the clean lines presented. This is a very spacious bathroom.
I like to call this upstairs isolated area the noisy room. This room accommodates the wide screen TV, game console(s) and the accompanying noise. Guests invited to partake in TV events (Basketball, Hockey, Football, Tennis, Baseball) reside in this room. The bathroom on this level reduces the need to go downstairs. I suggest placing a small fridge in the room further reducing the need for Guests to go downstairs. For your sophisticated Guests, you might want to consider a wine cooler and humidor
Perfect Guest bathroom upstairs. It is simple and functional. Very clean lines with plenty of natural light. The subway tiles delicately suggest minimalism.