This UNSPOILED custom residence has yet to see a family live under its roof! It spacious split floor plan with custom travertine floors throughout welcomes family and friends with room to spare! Sitting on a PREMIUM CORNER LOT you will get to experience the ultimate privacy for you and your family to take time off from the everyday grind! As you walk through the front door into the foyer your eyes will automatically gravitate to the crystal clear blue pool that welcomes you to take a dip! Be sure to invite your friends though as someone will need to put the custom wet bar, oversized family room & extended covered patio to use!
New Financing: Cash, Conventional, 1031 Exchange, VA
Property Type: SFR
Dwelling Type: Single Family - Detached
# of Interior Levels: 1
Year Built: 2006
Features: 9+ Flat Ceilings, Wet Bar(s)
HOA Fee: 117
HOA Frequency: Monthly
Lot Features: Borders Common Area, Corner Lot, North/South Exposure, Gated Community
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