RE/MAX Signature Properties 7752 Gateway Lane ~ Concord, NC www.leighsells.com 704-705-7036
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Fantastic 2-story home built in 1988 in the
desirable neighborhood of Shepherd’s Vineyard . 3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, 1 half bath.
+/- 1500 sf. heated living area.
Rocking chair front porch.
Large .38 acre wooded lot with fenced yard.
New ceramic tile flooring, new plumbing,
and new lighting in bathrooms.
New roof, new carpet, and fresh paint!
Relax in style in the charming great room with a wonderful warming fireplace.
The cooling upgraded ceiling fan and the 2” blinds complete the great room.
The bright kitchen is a chef’s delight with ample cabinet and counter space.
The kitchen and breakfast area feature brand new tile flooring.
The breakfast area provides a lovely view of the expansive wooded lot.
Master Bedroom ď‚ˇ
The master suite is movein ready with neutral toned carpet and a soaring vaulted ceiling.
The master bath shows off beautiful ceramic tile flooring, new lighting, new plumbing, an oversized vanity, and a tub/shower combination.
The additional bedrooms are generously sized with fresh paint and brand new carpet.
The secondary bedrooms share a hall bathroom with new ceramic tile flooring, new plumbing, new lighting, and a tub/shower combination.
Yard & Laundry
Entertaining is a breeze out back with a large wooden deck and brick paver patio overlooking your expansive, fenced wooded lot.
Utility/laundry room is located on the main floor.
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