Completely renovated 3 bedroom/2 bathroom ranch-style home! Newly created OPEN FLOOR PLAN AND newly converted PRIMARY FULL BATHROOM. Newly installed water heater (2021). New luxury vinyl tiles and new carpet throughout. New fixtures throughout the home. Fresh exterior and interior paint. The kitchen has new stainless steel appliances that include a refrigerator, new granite countertops, and a new island for more counter space! Both of the bathrooms have new vanities. The bedrooms have reconfigured closets of the primary and the second bedroom to make them walk-in closets. The kitchen leads to a brand new and oversized deck that is perfect for grilling and entertaining! The property is located on almost 1/3 of an acre lot. Excellent location and within minutes from Uptown Charlotte!
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