This fabulous South Charlotte home exudes character and charm! Situated on a nearly half-acre wooded lot, it`s hard to believe it`s so close to the city. The long-time owner has maintained, renovated, and updated most of the costly items including the kitchen, bathrooms, HVAC, roof, some windows, and more. The open kitchen and family room are a warm and inviting gathering place. Custom features include painted cabinetry and shelving, granite counters, a huge oak center island, a wood burning fireplace w/built-ins, and a breakfast nook w/bench. A dreamy screened-in porch w/high ceilings and a brick fireplace provides outdoor space w/style. The formal living/dining room could be a large home office. A desirable bedroom and full bath also on the main level. Upstairs there are 3 more bedrooms including the roomy, spa-like owner`s suite which highlights a zero-entry glass shower, soaking tub, and marble floors, and a remodeled hall bath. Don`t miss the rare garage and storage shed, too!
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