It might look like a Camden on the outside but walk inside and you’ll see a re-design with 4 bedrooms. Exterior changes include a Tradition elevation with an increased roof pitch, a side entry garage and 3 craftsman style columns with a brick base at the front porch. An oak grained fiberglass front door with two sidelites is a beautiful focal point of the exterior. The front porch is 19’ x 10’ and creates a whole new look for the typical Tradition elevation. Brick wainscot is shown at the front of the garage and the front bedroom. Shake siding has been added at the garage gable. 14’ x 12’ has been added at the back to create a 4th bedroom. An atrium door has been added to the rear of the master bedroom. As you walk in the front door, you’ll notice the design changes. A powder room has been added of the laundry room. The formal dining room has been changed into a cozy nook. The kitchen has been re-designed to include a walk in pantry and birch cabinets. The island cabinet features white cabinets. The master suite is now behind the garage and the secondary bedrooms have moved to the other side. A cathedral ceiling has been added over the kitchen, breakfast and great rooms. A pocket door leads into the master bath. You’ll also notice a skylight in the master bedroom. The vanities in both the main and master include double sinks with birch cabinets. The stairs to the basement have been finished with a stained handrail and painted spindles. The full basement below is a poured wall.
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