The builder of this featured Home of the Week said it’s the little things as well as the benefits of looking ahead that the new owners of this house will enjoy in the future.
Gene Officer constructed this Home of the Week.
Located at 364 Thoroughbred Drive, the multilevel dwelling is situated on a nice lot — beautifully landscaped, including sidewalks and a concrete drive.
The stone-and-brick exterior is complemented with architectural vinyl as accents. Once through the front door, the new owners will begin to experience the “eye-appeal” amenities added to the house.
Neutral paint colors were used throughout the abode.
Custom-wood floors were also placed in the dining, kitchen and living room areas of the home. The main living area features an open-air feel with cathedral ceiling as well as beautiful custom molding, which have been expertly finished and painted. A large window constructed into the cathedral ceiling allows daylight to “wash the room.”
Modern stainless steel appliances were furnished in this kitchen. Plenty of counter space was provided along with wood cabinets, complementing the wood floors. It also has an island bar. Behind the new home, a spacious open-air deck await family members. This is situated near the kitchen and breakfast nook.
The master bedroom features a tray ceiling.
The home has three bedrooms and two baths.
Just off the spacious master suite, a large bath features a jetted tub and large walk-in closet. Durable flooring was used in all bath areas and a utility room.
A finished bonus area upstairs has plenty of potential if the new owner feels the need to “project for the future,” or it can just be used for storage space.
What the new owners won’t see are the additions which will save money in the future. Energy-efficient windows and cellulose insulation, appliances and ceiling fans were installed. The house also features a two-car garage on the main level, complete with electronic openers.
Alarm systems have also been placed in the house, which is heated and cooled with a central HVAC system.
Cindi Richardson of Cry-Leike Realtors is the agent for this new home located in the Horse Creek Farms addition, just off Mouse Creek Road in Northwest Bradley County.
The listing price is $212,900, for this 2,100-square-foot home. The spacious lot even has a place for a garden.
An open house is planned for Sunday, 2-4 p.m.
For additional information, contact Cindi Richardson at 280-1442, or visit www.cindirichardson.com.