This light and bright south facing Acacia-3 will please the most discerning buyer. Starting with the stone pavers on the driveway, walkway & back patio, you will know you have found a very special home. The open floor plan, kitchen & breakfast bar that open to the great room make for ease of traffic flow & entertaining. The patio has been extended so family & guests can see the golf action on the 3rd hole of the Arnold Palmer Grove course while enjoying views of the expansive mountain ranges in the background. Large porcelain tiles throughout the house & down the hall make for easy maintenance. Custom valances grace the windows in the great room, kitchen, & bedrooms. One bedroom is currently used as an office/media room with a built-in entertainment center. Over $6,000 of new front yard low maintenance landscaping & new sprinklers have recently been installed.
Updated: 4/18/2018 10:36:18 PM
Posted: 11/14/2017 | Updated: 4/18/2018 10:36:18 PM
Listing Agent/Office: Barbara Merrill, Bennion Deville Homes
Source: CDAR
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