Address: 5612 5th Street N.
Hardhat Open House: September 28-29 from 1-4 p.m.
Wear your comfy shoes to enter the inside of this light filled new home by A&N Builders.
Sited on a private lot backing to trees, the home is filled with quality and style. The kitchen features Bertazzoni professional gas range, refrigerator and dishwasher, Shrock kitchen cabinets, Quartz countertops, Kohler farm sink in the kitchen; Pella windows; two zone gas heating and electric central air conditioning; efficient gas water heater; extensive insulation and energy efficient sealing around windows and exterior doors; HardiPlank siding; 25 year roof shingles; slate front porch; comfortable Coretec flooring in the daylight, walkout lower level.
Desirable details include one car garage opening to mud room; walk-in kitchen pantry; gracious foyer four bedrooms and three baths upstairs; double walk-in closets in the master bedroom; upstairs laundry room with utility sink; utility room on the second level (no crawling into attic to service the unit!) and linen storage.
The fifth bedroom and bathroom are on the lower level along with a big rec room, and terrific storage. Walkout to the private rear yard, backing to parkland.
Terrific location near the bike path for a short ride, scooter or walk to Ballston; stroll to BonAir Rose Garden and tennis gardens, and restaurants along Wilson Boulevard.
Ashlawn, Kenmore, and Washington-Liberty School pyramid.
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