BRAND NEW CONSTRUCTION READY FOR MOVE-IN EARLY 2022! The New Fairchild Heights Community in Hagerstown offers an exquisite townhome! This home has curb appeal and is in a convenient location, near shopping and schools, but also has its own community pool that is taken care of by the HOA. This York II townhome has a touch of luxury on the living level where the alternate floor plan offers an 8ft. long, large kitchen island, with pendant lights above it, and space to sit 4 comfortably, with quarts countertops and 42 " cabinets to add to the appeal, this kitchen is stunning. Stainless steel appliances with gas cooking makes this home so nice for entertaining guests. Additional Morning Room space for a formal dinning room or sitting space really makes this home attractive. The owners suite is spacious, walk in closet, with a deluxe bath with double vanity, upstairs laundry and finished rec area and powder room with single car garage makes this home spacious, cute, affordable and close to conveniences, in a community with a pool. Won't last long! *Photos may not be of actual home. Photos may be of similar home/floorplan.
Listing courtesy of BRIGHT / Dan Ryan Builders Realty, LLC
Last updated May 13, 2022
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Frame, Vinyl Siding, Stone
Dan Ryan Builders
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Combination Kitchen/Dining, Combination Kitchen/Living, Family Room Off Kitchen, Floor Plan - Open, Kitchen - Island, Pantry, Recessed Lighting, Walk-in Closet(s)
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From I-70, Take Exit 32 B, US-40 W/National Pike Continue on US-40 W/National Pike to Hagerstown 10 minutes Take MD-65 N and W Wilson Blvd to S Burhans Blvd in Hagerstown 5 min (2.0 mi) Follow S Burhans Blvd to W Irvin Ave 8 min (2.8 mi) Take Fairchild Ave to Mercer Drive
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