This gem is rare due to the construction being steel beams and studs. This will be visible in the attic storage space. Very little wood in this house since exterior is concrete fiber board. Wooden members are used in interior finishing features. Example is the cherry flooring downstairs, wooden walls in the sunroom and laundry. Current owner enjoys the 6 inch thick walls and the quiet it affords. The cathedral pitch in the living room features two ceiling fans and two skylights. The fireplace with gas logs is the perfect compliment to assisting with heating during cold weather. Built as a three bedroom the loft affords a fourth sleeping area for the overflow of company. Most closets in this house are cedar lined. The handrail at the stairs is padauk wood. The kitchen features quartz counter tops (heat and cut resistant) and tin tile splashback. Pella sliding doors in the living room and dining room lead to the window filled sunroom at the rear of the house. A separate heating and cooling system make this room a true flex room and is graced with two ceiling fans. The sunroom overlook a super well maintained backyard including a fenced area for your four footed friend. The master bath has been updated with tiled shower and a new vanity. Toilets in all baths are new over the previous 6 years. The ceiling fan in the master has a very unique variable speed setting called a "wind function". Ask the agent to supply owner's "Welcome to My Home" which gives additional information about the house, improvement and timelines.
Listing courtesy of Sea Oats Real Estate , Cynthia Stanley.
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