Built in 2004, this 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with an open first floor layout is available for sale for the first time. Features include a covered front porch, eat-in kitchen with cathedral ceilings, South-facing living room with wood-burning fireplace, as well as two guest bedrooms that share a full hall bath with side by side laundry. The second floor boasts the primary suite with walk-in closet. The ample basement with high ceilings is partially on grade with access to the under house 1+ car garage. Additional features include central air conditioning and a shy acre yard with room to grow. On a practically private street, informally known as Price Lane, this home and property is easy to move into as it stands, while also being ready for its next phase of life.
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