Address: 5225 17th St. N.
Neighborhood: Tara-Leeway Heights
Open: Sunday, July 9 from 1-4 p.m.
Quality built by Albrittain in 2004, this lightly lived in, all brick Colonial has been refreshed and is ready for the next owner.
The home features both traditional and contemporary spaces, suited for everyday living and entertaining. Enter through a gracious foyer with the open living room and dining room to the right along with a private office tucked away on the left. Tall windows lighten the space and enhance the gleaming wood floors and classic details.
Move freely into the informal space with a family room offering a gas fireplace and doors opening to the deck, patio and private rear yard. The breakfast area flows into the kitchen, a cook’s delight. The center island, Viking professional range, abundant cabinetry and generous countertops beckon to cooks of all stripes. A walk in pantry, butler’s pantry off the dining room, and powder room complete this level.
Upstairs, the master suite provides a bedroom with large windows, sitting area with both built-ins and a coffee bar, double walk in closets and a spacious bathroom. A separate soaking tub, double vanities and oversized shower add to the appeal of this room. Each of two upstairs bedrooms has an en suite bathroom, one with a separate soaking tub and shower.
Desirable details include high ceilings, wood floors, plantation shutters, extensively landscaped lot with private patio, deck with hot tub and cul-de-sac location.
A pristine home in move-in condition and a location you will value each day.
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