Summer is approaching, and I have the perfect house for you! This meticulously maintained home has over 2200 sq ft, 5 bedrooms (one could serve as a large bonus room), 2.5 baths, a 2-car garage, a driveway that can easily fit 7-8 vehicles, front porch, open floor plan, kitchen with breakfast area, separate dining room, office and pantry. Plus the icing on the cake...your very own beautiful in-ground swimming pool, fenced-in backyard, a large patio perfect for entertaining, fire pit area and storage shed! Finishes/features include lvp, carpet and tile flooring, stone subway tile backsplash, quartz countertops, gas fireplace and much more! The owners have updated/replaced nearly everything since they purchased this home from the builder in 1998! This home has been extremely cared for through the years. Stay tuned for professional pictures, measurements and other important information including a list of all improvements. There is so much to love in this amazing Charlotte, NC home!
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