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Lot No. 41 25 Bayberry Road
CARLISLE, PA 17013
We are excited to present another beautiful new home offered by C & C Construction. Contact the Listing Agent for the Construction Schedule. The home will feature 5 bedrooms, which includes a very spacious 1st Floor Master Retreat with a huge walk-in closet and bath with a tile shower and double bowl vanity. The floor plan is an open concept plan with beautiful vaulted ceilings that enhance the Great Room, Dining Room and Kitchen. The cook's kitchen features granite counter tops, a large center island, stainless steel appliances and a pantry. Two additional bedrooms are located above the 2-car garage with a full bath and walk-in closets. A convenient Mud Room and Laundry Room are located on the first floor just off the Garage. This home will have Natural Gas Heating and Central Air and a large front porch for relaxing and enjoying the outdoors. Quality craftsmanship, quality materials, and amazing attention to the smallest details are all the hallmarks of a C & C Construction home.
Listing courtesy of BRIGHT / Keller Williams of Central PA
Last updated Sep 28, 2022
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From Rt. 11 (Harrisburg Pike) turn onto N. Middlesex Road; L/ onto Clemson; R/ onto Wolf s Bridge; L/onto W. Middlesex to L/ onto Countryside Drive (Meadowbrook Farms Entrance); R/ onto Old Coach; L/Bayberry to home site on Right - Lot No. 41 or 25 Bayberry Road
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Middlesex Elementary School
Eagle View Middle School
Cumberland Valley High School
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