Every Land Park agent likes to think of her new listing in Land Park as a truly incredible Land Park home for sale, but this particular home features all of your hot buttons. Privacy, space, luxurious updates, tasteful colors, modern blends with Old World, it's all here. Coupled with energy-saving devices such as a tankless water heater for endless hot water, you will find all newer flooring, light fixtures, interior and exterior doors, copper plumbing, updated electrical and dual pane windows. Life-time transferrable warranty on roof.
Stats include 2-3 bedrooms, two full baths, a family room with home office space, a separate sun room, constructed in 1948 and a little under 2,000 square feet on a .23 acre lot.
The home is located in Upper Land Park on a winding tree-canopied street with little through traffic. It is situated on a curve in the street, which makes the lot size enormous, almost 1/4 acre. Two maple trees adorn the front yard, including blooming azaleas, a white camellia and 18-year fuchsias.
Look at this beautifully designed kitchen. The number one-rated dishwasher in America, KitchenAid. An imported 14-gauge German sink, extra deep, sports a pull-out pre-rinse faucet; above, hand-painted Italian pendants provide extra light. Recessed lighting. Distressed cabinets with pewter hardware. Zepher range hood and exhaust, GE Profile gas and convection range and oven. Quartz counters. Ribbed glass in a few upper cabinets. Pull-out spice drawer. Pull-out recycling and trash. Newer GE refrigerator with ice dispenser. There are two pantry cabinets, including a breakfast nook that seats 5 comfortably.
Most of this Land Park home for sale features oak hardwood floors, which have been refinished. A recessed ceiling in the dining room offers the perfect spot for a Hubbardton Forge chandelier. The rounded glass block wall to the right and its corresponding glass block wall radiate light. It creates a private space yet remains part of an open floor plan.
Enormous living room provides a beautiful view of the greenery seemingly in abundance on this block-long street. Look at the gorgeous plaster ceiling. They don't build houses like this anymore, not from redwood, which lasts practically forever, nor plaster. What you don't see here are the rounded walls and intricate ceiling entry.
The only remaining items prior to the guest bathroom remodel are the glass block knee-wall and the 1948 tub with matching toilet. The walls and floor are Carrera marble. All of the light fixtures in the house are LED. But when you walk into this bathroom, the lights automatically come on. Auto exhaust fan. Extra storage, too.
Painted cedar walls, with a diagonal design on the ceiling, makes the space in the step-down family room appear much larger. Floor-to-ceiling windows do not need coverings for privacy. At the end of the room is a brick wood-burning fireplace that opens on the exterior into a BBQ. Not pictured is also a home office area with two more windows.
If you're always desired a spacious master bedroom suite, this is your chance. Two big walk-in closets with pull-out drawers under. Four big windows. That gorgeous oak floor, and a modern ceiling fan to keep things cool at night. Sellers believe it is very quiet at night.
Sellers spared no expense with this master bath design in such a compact space. Walk-in shower with block glass wall (no shower door), copper-tone glass vessel sink, quartz counter and Thomasville cabinets, complement the all stone-pebble floor. Including an incredibly quiet, one-flush Toto toilet. Tile is Italian porcelain cut on the diagonal and features 3 different sizes in a complicated pattern.
Bonus room is presently used a sunroom / laundry with two pantry closets (not pictured) and built-in cabinets shown here, including a door to the back porch and raised deck. It could be a third bedroom. Entrance to the attic is from the pantry closet with built-in shelving.
Best of all is the enormous yard, almost 1/4 of an acre. Sellers replaced the lawn and sprinklers. You will also find a small green-house with gardening supplies, and a handful of cedar raised-garden beds with their own drip system. Plumbing for a Jacuzzi has been preserved. Separate two-car garage with its own sub-panel, garage door opener, and plenty of storage, too.
This incredible Land Park home for sale is offered exclusively by JaCi Wallace and the Weintraub & Wallace Team at RE/MAX for $695,000. Furnishing are negotiable, but washer, dryer, refrigerator will stay. Newer patio furniture can remain, too.