LOCATION! LOCATION! LOCATION! Wonderfully bright 3 bedroom/3.5 bath END UNIT townhome in sought after Peachtree Corners. Abundant natural light filters in from three sides through our oversized energy efficient windows. This home features solid surface flooring in all areas, upgraded tile and fixtures in all baths. The chef's kitchen features SS appliances, 42” cabinets and an impressive island ready for entertaining. This modern concept plan flows perfectly with a light filled dining area and an even more impressive living space featuring a linear fireplace and upgraded tile. From your main living area you and your guests can enjoy your private deck nestled along a treelined buffer. The deck is perfect for grilling and enjoying morning coffee. Home also includes an amazing recreation room or flex space on the 1st floor with a full bath. You will enjoy many benefits of purchasing this new energy efficient Beazer home. This is a QUICK CLOSE so don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity. PLEASE ASK ABOUT OUR AMAZING CLOSING COSTS INCENTIVE!
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Listing courtesy of FMLS / Beazer Realty Corp. / Bought with Shannon Grandison / Keller Williams Rlty, First Atlanta
Last updated Jan 23, 2023
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Listing Provided Courtesy of Beazer Realty Corp.
/ Bought with Keller Williams Rlty, First Atlanta
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