Architect Le Corbusier said “The home should be the treasure chest of living” - and this home is just that. The attention to detail, the use of the maple throughout the home, full maximization of all 4000 square feet, these are just of a few reasons that this home is so impressive. Hidden gems abound with thoughtful seating and storage are placed throughout the home, so you have a scenic view of your well-manicured lawn and the stream leading into the wooded neighborhood trails. The main level gives you room for work, dining, cooking and family time. The kitchen and family rooms open concept allows everyone to enjoy the exquisite floor to ceiling fireplace and access to the upper rear deck. The kitchen has a breakfast nook as well as a breakfast bar eating area that overlooks the family room. Off the kitchen is a full dining room too. Don't forget the main level office that is equipped with lighted shelving and hardwood flooring. Upstairs are 2 well sized bedrooms and a bath, along with the primary bed and ensuite. The primary bedroom offers so much freedom for decorating with all the space! Double vanities, soaking tub and a walk-in closet are in there as well. There is a spacious landing area overlooking the foyer. The fully fi
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