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Wooden beams and columns, shuttered windows and a stone and shingle siding combination are all blended perfectly to inspire a curb appeal that's sure to grab the attention of the neighbors. A two-story ceiling draws you into the home and you'll pass a den with French doors on your left, and a formal dining room to your right as you move to the great room in the back. The two-story ceilings continue here creating a spacious impression in the main living area. The adjacent kitchen and nook include a center island with extra seating room. The main floor master is found to the left side of the home and includes a step ceiling, spacious walk-in closet and an on-suite bath. In addition to the view of the entry and great room below, upstairs you'll find three additional bedrooms each with access to a private bath. A three-stall, garage with extra storage completes the home.
Entry, Grt Rm 2-Story, Master Bedrm 10' Step
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