This luxury 4,027 square-foot home is nestled in the Heron’s Landing subdivision, central and convenient to the NRV. With 4 beds (2 master suites), 3.5 baths, a home theatre, and a 3-car garage, this home offers space and flexibility to fit your needs. The landscaped .52 acres sits on a golf course front lot. The first level features open living and dining space with ample natural light from large French windows and a marble gas fireplace. The recently-renovated kitchen includes a stovetop island, wood cabinets, and high-quality appliances. Upstairs, the master bedroom holds a see-through fireplace and an updated bath with a built in steam shower and clawfoot tub. Ease and relaxation are at your fingertips with a sprawling private back patio with stunning views of the golf course, priority access to Heron’s Landing amenities including a pool, and close proximity to the New River. This home is up-to-date and move-in-ready, with a new 1-year-old roof.
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