Front of the house - Taken just after the snow melted, unfortunately the lawn and perenials are not yet showy. Please check out the next two pictures for a taste of how the house will look after spring has sprung!
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Clifton Park, NY 12065
Find the one-story living you (and your knees) desire in this tastefully decorated, well cared-for home. The spacious floorplan places the master suite far from the guest bedroom and bath, offering maximum privacy to both. The master suite features a vaulted ceiling, transom window, walk-in closet, and a large bathroom with both a soaking tub and a tiled shower. The third bedroom with French doors could be home office or den. The kitchen has a great deal of counter space and many cupboards, including a center island. And the breakfast nook will have you enjoying the morning sun and the view of your private back yard through the sliding glass doors to the deck. The main day-space is the combined living room/dining room, featuring a gas fireplace and another transom window. Other features include: ten foot ceilings, hard wood floors and wall to wall carpeting, all appliances included, first floor laundry/mud room, full basement with Bilco door, security system, in-ground sprinkler system, attached 2-car garage, gas forced air heat with air conditioning. Your monthly HOA dues cover snow removal in the winter and lawn care in the summer. Located in the Shenendehowa school district. This home has the whole package--come see for yourselves!
Closer view of front entry. - This is more like it! And remember, the yardwork is done for you.
A view of the neighborhood from the front door - Here you can see both more detail--like the brick walkway--and how nice the entire neighborhood looks in spring and summer.
The living room featuring gas fireplace and transom window - The transom windows, here and in the master bedroom, add to the wonderful natural light in the house.
Dining room with hard wood floor - Even though not a separate, formal dining room, this dining area is large enough for a full family gathering.
Dining room as seen from the kitchen - This gives a better view of the hard wood floor.
The working area of the kitchen - Cupboards, counterspace, a center island. And you don't have miss the conversation in the living room--there's an opening above the kitchen sink.
The other side of the kitchen - Did someone say, "More cupboards, please."??!!
The breakfast nook - Here beyond the breakfast nook you can see the sliders to the deck and backyard. The doorway goes to the dining room.
The center hallway - Taken from the living room, this picture will help you figure out the layout of the house. On the right is the opening over the kitchen sink. To the left is the hallway to the master suite. On the left (out of view) is the laundry/mud room--very convenient!
The master bedroom - Again, check out the natural light! This spacious room will accommodate your largest bedroom furniture.
The vaulted ceiling in the master bedroom - The vaulted ceiling makes the room feel even larger.
Master bath from the bedroom - Can't you just picture yourself relaxing in the soaking tub? When you're in more of a hurry, the tiled shower to the left may be more to your liking.
Master bath - This picture shows the tile around the soaking tub (left). The tile continues into the shower that here shows in the mirror.
Guest bedroom - On the completely opposite corner of the house from the master suite. Both you and your guests will have privacy during their visits.
Technically the third bedroom, more likely an office or den - The glass-paned French doors suit the purpose of the current owners, who use this room as their home office. Although it appears a bit small, note there are two desks in the room, and the one on the right is substantial.
The second bathroom - A full bath located between the second and third bedrooms. And another transom window!
The deck - Too early in the spring for the summer furniture to be out, but this gives you an idea of the size of the deck and its possibilities.
Back of the house - Again, early spring is not the best for photos. Here you can see the deck to the left and the Bilco door at the far right on the side of the house.
The back yard from the deck - Another picture taken in a previous summer, this demonstrates the privacy you'll have courtesy of trees and other vegetation when the leaves come out.
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