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1707 Little Rock Road

RE/MAX Signature Properties 7752 Gateway Lane ~ Concord, NC www.leighsells.com 704-979-7034 ~ 866-440-7136


Features...

or vhy you’ll loue this home! Custom log home built in 1986 on a level wooded lot. 4 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, 1 half bath. +/- 2300 sf heated living area. Oversized 2-car garage with ample storage space. A private retreat amidst mature trees with a full front and rear porch. New carpet on main level. Exterior of home freshly stained this year.


Kitchen Features Eat-in kitchen has plenty of space for dining. Tons of cabinet space will impress any chef. Exposed logs and a neutral color scheme provides wonderful rustic charm.


Secondary Bedrooms Huge secondary bedrooms and a loft feature ample closet space and calming ceiling fans. All bedrooms are painted neutral colors and are move-in ready. Secondary bath is well maintained and spacious. Fresh interior paint.


Master Bedroom Large master suite with exposed logs, a soothing fan, and huge walkin closet. Luxurious master bath with dual sink vanity and an oversized shower.


Living Areas

Massive great room flaunts casual ambiance perfect for entertaining. A fireplace with beautiful stone masonry brings warmth and appeal. Soothing ceiling fan adds comfort to this fantastic entertaining area. Large dining room with exposed logs brings character.


Porch and Yard Established wooded .57 acre lot with lush landscaping. Two spacious sheds out back are perfect for your favorite hobby. Large covered rear porch brings peace and tranquility to your day.

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RE/MAX Signature Properties 7752 Gateway Lane ~ Concord, NC www.leighsells.com 704-979-7034 ~ 866-440-7136

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Custom Built Log Home!! 1707 Little Rock Road