WandaFearsBlog: A Chesterfield County Oasis

A Chesterfield County Oasis

 

A truly breathtaking property, this home was built to be fully enjoyed from every vantage point. From the two outdoor fire features, the pool with a full outdoor kitchen and grotto water feature, the screen-house dock, or the ATV trails in the surrounding woods, you can take full advantage of this lush 18 acres! Perfect for entertaining, multi-generational living, or just living large, this home has every amenity you could wish for. Make this luxurious setting a place you call home.

 

  

 

Upon entering, Brazilian Cherrywood floors make the main floor warm and inviting. A second-floor banister overlooks the foyer making a grand entrance as well as an open feel for the rest of the home. To the right of the entrance is the formal dining room that features a chandelier centerpiece and a large picture window overlooking the beautifully landscaped property. To the left is a bright sitting room to greet guests or a quiet place to settle down with a good book. Also on the first floor, you’ll find a guest bedroom with adjacent full bath. A convenient Butler’s Pantry off of the dining room means a drink refill is never too far away.

 

Entering the main living area, the sunken living room with a marble gas fireplace has the comfort of carpeting while being surrounded by the beauty of wood flooring that extends from the front entrance into the kitchen. Brightly lit and with an open plan, you can see from the living room right into the impressive Chefs Kitchen. There is plenty of seating in arguably the favorite room of any house, the kitchen boasts a seating area and breakfast bar. Complete with kitchen island, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and double ovens, there’s no reason you wouldn’t want to spend time here. That is, unless you want to cozy up in the sunroom off to the rear. Enjoy your morning cup of coffee and watch the early morning light fill this room up to the vaulted ceilings. That’s comfort.

 

 

Upstairs there are two guest rooms with an adjoining Jack and Jill bathroom. Beautifully tiled 3/4 walls and stone finish tiled flooring, there’s plenty of space to share in this large bathroom. The third guest room upstairs has its own full bath. The master suite has a sitting room, or office off to the side, as well as a double vanity, 54-inch comfort level large tub and separate shower.

A large third-floor media room is the ultimate in relaxing and entertaining. A brand new projector TV, full-size billiards table, and large, plush sectional sofa all convey to the new owner!

 

 

The heated pool and landscaped lounge area is one of the best features of this home. The electric awning gives shade to the full outdoor kitchen on hot summer days. It comes with two refrigerators, ice maker, sink, and grill. The natural stone finish around the pool is accented by the grotto water feature giving the pool a fun, tropical escape vibe. The high-end poolside furniture also conveys to the new owners, along with the outdoor projector TV that comes down from the pergola!

 

Don’t feel like taking a dip? How about taking a stroll one of the many other settings built around the property for enjoyment? A stone encased gas fireplace overlooks the bass stocked pond. The screen-home dock with vaulted ceiling can be enjoyed year round. A separate wooden patio stands waterside, perhaps for the sunbathers in the family. Or, if you’d like to build a fire yourself, a rustic wood burning fire pit stands with a great view of the grounds.

 

A garage-lovers dream, in addition to a two-car attached garage, a 3,500 square foot, two story, insulated garage stands away from the house with RV and oversized truck doors along with a separate office space.  

 

Weeping willows, River birches, magnolias, Japanese maples, crepe myrtles, you name it, it’s here. Over 150,000 in mature landscaping makes this home an eye-popping beauty. It’s regional and perennial vegetation is designed for low-maintenance and comes with an 18 zone, pond-fed irrigation system. The expansive, lush green lawn is perfect for a game of Post Thanksgiving flag football!

The home itself is also designed for minimal upkeep, with a top of the line Hardi Plank maintenance-free exterior. The home also features an already installed, state of the art security system.

This property is truly a Chesterfield County oasis!

WandaFears, Realtor ABR CRS GRI WCR

Richmond, Va. Long and Foster Realtors

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Comment balloon 7 commentsWanda Fears • November 11 2016 08:28PM

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congratulations on your new listing. I am sure that it will go quickly and your seller will love you! 

Posted by Lise Howe, Assoc. Broker and Attorney Licensed in DC, MD, VA, (Keller Williams Capital Properties) about 2 years ago

Congratulations! Sounds like a wonderful listing. Best wishes for a quick sale and smooth closing!

Posted by Jim Crawford, Jim Crawford Atlanta Best Listing Agents & REALTOR (Crye-Leike REALTORS®) about 2 years ago

Nice listing and great presentation!  I hope you get a quick sale!

Posted by Sean Casey, Greenville, Hockessin, Newark & Bear Homes (Patterson-Schwartz Real Estate) about 2 years ago

Best of luck with this well presented listing - hope you get an offer soon!

 

Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (BVO Luxury Group @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) about 2 years ago

Congratulations and best of luck to you on your new listing!

Posted by Ryan Huggins - Thousand Oaks, CA, Residential Real Estate and Investment Properties (www.HugginsHomes.com) about 2 years ago

Congratulations on your new listing.  Nice house and nice job with your presentation.

Posted by Richard Weeks, REALTOR®, Broker about 2 years ago

Very impressive home Wanda!

I am confident that you will find the new owners soon.

Bob

Posted by Bob Crane, Forestland Experts! 715-204-9671 (Woodland Management Service / Woodland Real Estate, Keller Williams fox cities) about 2 years ago

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