Beautiful townhome situated in the desirable community of Clarks Rest in Leonardtown, Maryland. This home offers a main level open floorplan with hardwood floors throughout entire main level, a gorgeous kitchen and spacious family room, separate dining room area, and a powder room. Kitchen boasts plenty of counter space, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, built-in microwave, kitchen island, and pantry. Off of the kitchen is a rear deck for relaxing. Upstairs you will find two side-by-side bedrooms located on the front of the home and a spacious primary bedroom with ensuite located on the rear of the home. The ensuite features dual sink vanity, soaking tub, and separate walk-in shower. The laundry room is conveniently located with the bedrooms on the upper level. The lower level is completely finished and features a carpeted bonus flex room and another full bath. There is a 2-car rear-entry garage with a poured concrete driveway. Community amenities include a clubhouse, pool, playground, sports courts, and maintained walking trails. Close to all that downtown Leonardtown has to offer... local dining, shops, waterfront wharf, library, and more! A most convenient place to live!
Listing courtesy of BRIGHT / CENTURY 21 New Millennium
Last updated Sep 28, 2022
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