Vicksburg HomesteadAugust 13th

Date August 13th, 2017
Time 1pm - 4pm
Address 13837 Ett Noeker Rd.
Ashville, OH 43103

This four-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath Vicksburg Homestead includes an enlarged first-floor master suite and an open concept living space. CertainTeed dimensional shingles enhance the steep roof pitch. Prairie grids in the Andersen Silverline windows and glass window panels at the garage door add even more to this home’s great curb appeal. A service door in the garage provides easy access outside. Inside, a two-story foyer and great room create an open space, while 9’ ceilings are shown throughout the rest of the first floor. 5¼” painted base trim and Kwikset Cove venetian bronze interior door leversets are throughout the home. A beautiful staircase overlooking the two-story great room features a stained oak handrail and newel post with painted spindles. The great room is highlighted by a woodburning fireplace with a ceiling high stone face and barn beam mantel and double windows for plenty of natural light. Additional recessed lighting in the great room and kitchen provide even more light in the open areas. Aristokraft Benton birch shaker square flagstone stained cabinets are featured in the kitchen, along with a Pfister tuscan bronze high arc faucet and Blanco Silgranite sink. A walk-in pantry has been added and provides plenty of storage space. 6’ has been added to the side of the master bedroom, as well as two additional Andersen Silverline windows, creating an even bigger space to relax. The master bathroom shows a large, 60” shower with Saxton tuscan bronze faucets. The master and main baths feature also Aristokraft Benton birch shaker square flagstone stained cabinet vanities and tuscan bronze faucets. Before you leave, be sure to check out the 13-course basement with 10-inch block, a steel beam, 8” block windows, and plumbing lines for a ¾ bath. The added ceiling height will be perfect for a future finished space!

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