This is an estate that is close to everything. This federal brick style home was built with much thought. You enter thru an oversize front door into a very spacious foyer with hidden cabinets. As you go thru the foyer there is a large living and dining room on each side. There is a fireplace insert ready for gas logs, but currently does not have gas logs. As you enter the main body of the home you are in the den and kitchen area that have coffered/beam ceilings and is great for entertaining as both are open to each other. The kitchen has a large U shaped work island that is large enough to serve some of the guests. The master bedroom is on the first level with luxury bath and storage for both. The plantation shutters offer style and privacy even though the home is on 5.68 acres while bordering on both Twin Lakes and Morning Lake subdivisions. District 5 public schools are excellent and this home is near to shopping and golf at the Gary Player River Falls course. Highway 296 and I-85 are close by to connect you wherever you may want to venture out to.
I85 Exit 63 towards Charlotte. Up 290. Left on Reidville Rd. Right on 417 go over small bridge and creek start up hill and house is on the left. Look for mailbox with number on it. Ni sign in yard. Long drive to house.
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