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THE MOST STUNNING, PRESTIGE AND IMPRESSIVE HOME WITH OVER 2 ACRES OVERLOOKING FOX CREEK GOLF COURSE. This home is exclusively well designed with modern look surrounded by mature trees. Beautiful exterior stone and solid wood doors/casings from Eastern Europe. The foyer leads to a grand staircase with high ceilings, a beautiful kitchen with quartz counter top, cherry wood cabinets, propane cooktop, 2 dishwashers, double oven and warm drawer. The main level has a lovely living area, a propane fireplace and dining area leading to a 3 season room overlooking the golf course, a large laundry room and a 2 pc bath. The 2nd level has a large master bedroom with hardwood floors, a built-in electric fireplace and a stunning boutique style walk-in closet. A 4 pc ensuite with in-floor heat, glass shower, quartz counter top and a soaker tub. Also a 2nd bedroom, a 4 pc bath with granite counter, a 3rd bedroom/reading room, leading to a large office with built-in solid wood shelves. A 2nd room used as a bedroom/office with balcony and a 2 pc bathroom. The lower level has in-floor heat, a wine room, a large bedroom, a 4 pcs bath, an exercise area and an multi media room. A geothermal system provides efficient heating and cooling, Fiberop, a multi zone speaker and intercom system and exterior surveillance camera. The double garage has in floor heat, epoxy finish, and a section for motorized vehicles and storage and the property is pool and tennis court ready. Call today…must see!
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Posté le 06 novembre, 2017 | 14:52
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