Come see this impeccable, spacious townhome in desirable south Charlotte minutes from shopping, dining, and 485. The first floor is a split plan that features a two-story great room that flows seamlessly into the kitchen and dining area. The kitchen features an island, granite countertops, and a tile backsplash with a ton of counter space. From the great room, you can access and enjoy the breeze on the covered and screened porch. The primary bedroom has great light and features a large walk-in closet and ensuite. There is a second bedroom on the main floor and another room that makes a perfect office with built-in shelving. Upstairs you will find a loft with a built-in wet/coffee bar and skylights! The upstairs bedroom is large and could also be used as a primary suite. It has a huge walk-in closet and direct access to a bathroom. There is abundant storage with a walk-in attic and a large heated and cooled closet.
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