8809 Maggie Robinson Road Waxhaw, NC 28173
The Dining Room Entertain in absolute luxury in the formal dining room with an exquisite tray, an extensive moulding package, gleaming hardwood flooring and beautiful bronze sconces.
Style and utility are masterfully fused together in the gourmet kitchen with alluring upgrades, exquisite antique cabinetry, a glorious breakfast area and a home manager area! This dream kitchen features stainless steel appliances, a French door refrigerator, recessed lighting, cork flooring and designer pendant lighting. In addition, this bright and spacious kitchen has exposed beams, surround sound speakers, lustrous granite counters, a decorative tile backsplash, upgraded fixtures and a huge chefâ€™s island.
The Great Room
Characterized by a keen sense of style and comfort, the great room offers an eye catching stone fireplace flanked with built-in cabinetry, 10â€™ ceilings, crown moulding, a soothing ceiling fan, recessed lighting and polished hardwood flooring. This rustic, yet refined great room also features an open floor plan and a wall of windows boasting peaceful views of the yard.
The Master Suite
Retreat to the main level master suite and relax in complete splendor with a suite full of luxurious upgrades. This master suite provides a soothing oasis of special conveniences and comforts at day end offering a soothing paint color, accent lighting, his and her walk-in closets and plush neutral carpeting.
The Master Bathroom
The gorgeous master bathroom has a custom dual sink vanity, a private water closet and ceramic tile flooring. This spa inspired bathroom also boasts a divine walk-in glass shower, a deep Whirlpool soaking tub, decorative columns and upgraded bronze fixtures.
TheSecondary SecondaryBedrooms Bedrooms
The secondary bedrooms are spacious, have soft neutral carpeting, ample closet space, tons of natural light and upgraded bathrooms.
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The Additional Living Areas
The Porch & Patio
The Yard & Garden
This private back yard is quite the paradise and is surrounded by gorgeous landscaping, growing trees and offers tons of fun! The barn offers 3 12x12 stalls, a tack and feed room and a storage loft! There is something for everyone in this extraordinary home with professional landscaping, incredible custom touches, 22 acres, a barn, paddocks and a home full of upgrades!
The Town Of
Waxhaw North Carolina Helpful Information for New Residents In our ongoing efforts to provide updated information to our clients, the following information has been assembled for your convenience. Electric Service: Duke Energy or Union Electric Telephone: Windstream Home Heating: Piedmont Natural Gas; Heritage Propane; Southern Gas Company Cable and Internet Access: Time-Warner Cable Water and Sewer: Union County handles all water and sewer services for Waxhaw. 704-296-4210 Waste Collection and Recycling Services: RCS Inc. 704-283-7539 Town of Waxhaw's Public Services can be contacted at 704-843-7439 for additional information.
Property Taxes: Property taxes are due to the Town of Waxhaw and Union County. Town = .34 cents per $100 of assessed value of the property. County = 0.7111 per $100 of assessed value of the property. Voter Registration: Contact the Union County Board of Elections for information. Town Newsletter: The Town of Waxhaw publishes a monthly newsletter for the community called The Village News. Town Parks: Sk8 Park; Cane Creek Park ; David G. Barnes Park; Harvey C. Nesbit Park Waxhaw Farmer's Market: Waxhaw Farmer's Market
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