FEATURED LISTING: 710 Cedarcroft Road
List Price: $250,000
3 BR, 1.5 Bath
This three bedroom charming cottage offers the best of both worlds – access to city life while living in a quiet and tree-lined neighborhood. Just east of Cedarcroft, this fully-renovated and affordable home is an easy walk to restaurants and shops at Belvedere Square Market, the Senator Theatre, and the functional Anneslie shopping area.
Built in 1925, 710 Cedarcroft offers the character of an older home, yet is modern and fresh on the interior. Because this home is move-in ready, you’re in time to host the upcoming holidays- as the neutral and stylish paint palette and up-to-date upgrades offer a flexible backdrop for most any decor.
A spacious and covered front porch welcomes guests and invites lingering visits with a cold drink on a warm summer evening.
The first floor offers a distinctive walk-thru living and dining room, with a spacious flow.
A modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances, and a dishwasher leads to the backyard with a small mud area to remove shoes and boots. The kitchen has a plenty of counter space, and the wood beams and ceiling lend an old-world charm making the space inviting. The first floor has a half bath.
Larger windows afford plenty of natural sunlight on the second floor. The master bedroom is spacious, as are the two additional bedrooms. Each room, slightly different, adds to the charm of the home. The second floor bath features crisp white tiles, and a shower/tub combo.
Capping off this bungalow is a large, tree-lined and fenced-in backyard perfect for play, kids or dogs. A large wood deck is located off the kitchen-area with plenty of seating for family and friends, and space for a grille. A flat and well manicured lawn begs for a ball game. Call Alicyn Delzoppo at 443-250-9859, or E-Mail Alicyn to visit 710 Cedarcroft Road, and see your next home. Click here for more details and photos.
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