ABOUT THE HOME
Located in the desirable West Slope neighborhood on a generous ½ acre corner lot surrounded by mature landscaping for privacy, this nicely updated residence offers one level living featuring luxury vinyl plank flooring, recessed lighting, quartz and tile finishes, central air conditioning, and a newer water heater.
A dedicated foyer with coat closet opens to an expansive vaulted dining room with skylights and two ceiling fans. French doors from the room lead to a secluded covered patio perfect for dining al fresco and barbecuing this summer! The updated kitchen boasts freshly painted cabinets, new quartz counters with a tile backsplash and an opening overlooking the dining area. On the other side of the kitchen and dining room lies a large living room with a statement floor to ceiling brick wood-burning fireplace.
The two bedrooms are located at the back of the home. The primary bedroom includes two closets and the second bedroom is a versatile space with a Murphy bed making it perfect for an office or bedroom. The hallway bathroom next to the bedrooms has been remodeled to include a floating stone-topped vanity, tile flooring, and a large tiled walk-in shower.
The interior is completed by a second full bathroom with a new quartz counter and a laundry room with tons of cabinet storage and a built-in desk for another office space option.
A fully fenced yard space is ready for Fido and a large u-shaped driveway provides ample parking space with room for an RV.
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