Florida cottage style with a Nantucket flair sets this home apart in the secluded Audubon Point neighborhood. Adjacent to more than 15,000 acres in Point Washington State Forest, this enclave's streets end in cul-de-sacs, so there is no through traffic. Curb appeal is just one of the wow factors. Perfect for family, young professionals or retirement, the home embraces just over 2,000 square feet of bright living space which includes four bedrooms and two-and-one-half baths. A stylish kitchen features pewter gray cabinets, a herringbone-marble backsplash and stainless steel appliances. The open concept floor plan flows through a dining area and living room with french gray wide plank flooring and contemporary open shelving also found in the master suite.Large windows bring an abundance of natural light. Horizontal panel doors, brushed nickel hardware, sleek ceiling fans, innovative light fixtures and granite kitchen and bath countertops speak to quality craftsmanship. The outdoor living space is expansive. Gracious covered porches span the front and side of home. Grand steps lead to two poured patios: one adjoining the pavered entertaining space and 400 square ft wood deck, the other tucked behind a private fence surrounded by jasmine and edible garden. All overlooking the luscious grass lawn featuring wide open spaces for play and leisure among the mature weeping willows and beautiful native landscaping. The community pool offers both covered and sunny lounging and socializing spaces. This is one of those houses that simply does not stay on the market very long for being immaculate, appealing, affordable and comfortable.
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Listing information last updated on October 19th, 2019 at 10:48am CDT.