Convenient location is a must – and Ruxton has that – but if you want a serene setting that features birdsong, the call of owls, a red fox at dusk, the sound of a burbling stream, and an autumnal blaze of glory right in your backyard, this could be the place for you. Let me take you on a tour.
This must-have home is set well back from the road at the top of a sweeping lawn. Neighbors are few and all but invisible from the huge screened porch, even in winter.
Built in 1952, the home started as a small rancher, but in 2016 it is anything but small. Although not technically an “open floor plan” the wonderful flow of the main level makes it feel that way. Oak hardwood floors gleam throughout most of the main level. The wide entry foyer flows directly into the large living room, where two walls of French doors and windows fill the entire space with light.
Adjacent to the living room, the dining room has its own wall of windows that looks over the enormous screened porch… we’ll get to that later. Click to read more.