Colonial home adjacent to golf course

Colonial home adjacent to golf course

A butler’s pantry connects the eating room to the gourmand kitchen and has cupboards and wood flooring. The wood flooring carries on into the kitchen, which has been completely remodeled with white cabinets, granite counters, double-wall oven, fuel cooktop, microwave, French doorway refrigerator and tile backsplash. There is recessed lighting and two pendant lights in the kitchen area. Open to the kitchen area is the breakfast home with hardwood flooring, wood wainscoting all the way up the walls and a attractive chandelier. An exterior door leads from the breakfast place to the aspect patio.

At the rear of the dwelling on the very first ground is the family room with parquet wood flooring, a ceiling lover, two partitions of home windows and a French doorway to the backyard and substantial paver patio. There is also a wall of crafted-in bookcases in this area and a gasoline fireplace with wood mantel. The doorway from the spouse and children area to the entry corridor has transom windows and sidelights. This place also has recessed lights. There is a fifty percent bathtub on the very first stage.

A official wood staircase with carpet runner prospects from the foyer to the second level, which has refinished hardwood flooring during. There are 4 bedrooms on this amount.

The initially bedroom has a ceiling lover and double closets as very well as crown molding. It also has created-in bookcases and wainscoting halfway up the walls. Another bedroom has recessed lights, double closets, crown molding, and an ensuite bathtub with walk-in tiled shower, double vanities, ceramic tile flooring and crown molding. The 3rd bedroom has a ceiling supporter and crown molding and shares a Jack and Jill bath with the fourth bed room. The tub has tile flooring, a double self-importance, and designed-in linen cabinets as very well as a tub/shower mixture. The fourth bedroom has a ceiling supporter and crown molding. There are closets off the hallway and decorative ceiling lights there and in the landing. There is a walk-up attic that can be accessed from this degree.

The walkout finished basement has a exercise routine home or fifth bedroom with a fireplace with brick encompass and luxurious vinyl tile flooring. This room also has wainscoting midway up the partitions and glass block windows. There is yet another total tub in the basement with walk-in shower, tile flooring and up-to-date vainness as perfectly as recessed lights. The basement has two stairways to the first floor and has supplemental spots for storage.

The backyard characteristics an outsized paver patio with a action down and experienced trees and landscaping. There is an invisible doggy fence and exterior lights (new), a playhouse and spot for volleyball or other sports activities. There is a newer whole home generator and three independent HVAC units. The pavers are attached to the driveway near the garage where by there is major landscaping and retaining walls.


2400 Signal Hill Road Springfield, Ohio 45504

Four bedrooms, 3½ bogs

4,534 sq. feet

.74-acre Ton

Price tag: $749,900

Instructions: Dwelling Road to Signal Hill Road

Highlights: Numerous modern day updates, which include gourmand-design kitchen area and newer bogs, next to Springfield Region Club and golfing system, attributes like crown and dentil molding, wainscoting and recently finished hardwood flooring in the course of, stainless appliances in kitchen area, granite counters and butler pantry with cupboards and counters, formal dwelling and eating rooms, many fireplaces (gas), including a single in the partly concluded walkout basement, huge landing on second flooring and 4 bedrooms, one particular with ensuite bathtub and a single Jack and Jill shared bathtub, walk-up attic, two stairways from basement to first amount, significant yard with hefty landscaping and paver patio, exterior lighting, new stone front entry walkway, new hot h2o heater, whole house generator.

For more details

Tamara Comer

The Comer Team

Coldwell Banker Heritage

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