Nestled amidst the serene beauty of Lake Wylie, this French country-inspired residence exudes elegance and sophistication. Graced with expansive windows that frame captivating water views, this three-bedroom haven offers a versatile floor plan that seamlessly blends comfort and style. Gleaming hardwood floors grace the living spaces, while intricate crown moldings and fireplaces in the great room, lower den, and screened porch add a touch of refined charm. The grand master suite, adorned with a barrel ceiling, invites relaxation in its spa-like bath. Outdoor living is a delight, with a screened porch showcasing panoramic lake vistas, a lower patio ideal for alfresco gatherings, and an expansive porch for leisurely moments. This gated community provides a secure and tranquil setting, while the fenced yard ensures privacy and tranquility. A large unfinished basement area presents endless possibilities for expansion or personalization.
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