Built in 2017, this 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath, log sided home, with a finished lower-level and 24 x 30 2 car garage, features beautiful hickory hardwood floors, a main floor master suite and a stunning gourmet kitchen that overlooks a beautiful pastoral setting. The kitchen offers quartz counter-tops, thomasville cabinetry, maple block island with a bar sink, twin dishwashers, 4 burner range with a griddle and double-ovens. The great room provides 2 seating areas where the focal point is a beautiful wood fireplace. The master suite has a stackable washer/dryer set in the closet and the lower level has an over-sized washer/dryer set. On the finished lower level there is a half bath plumbed for a tub or shower, vinyl plank forever flooring, and an egress window for a future bedroom. The lower- level ceilings are 9'4 and the walls are ICF. There is an on-demand hot water heater system. Throughout the house are 4 ceiling fans, Anderson Low - E windows and the garage is plumbed for a ceiling hot water heater. The exterior siding is quarter log, white cedar siding. Last but not least this is a wonderful location, convenient to shopping, marinas, beaches, and schools and is in West Traverse Township.
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