Updated one story home in desirable Pitman Creek North with numerous updates! Inviting Entry with formal living with brick fireplace and dining to your left. Eat-in Kitchen with gas cooktop, quartz countertops and white cabinets looking into breakfast area with built in hutch and bay window. Second family room with access to the kitchen and back patio. Master Bedroom suite has separate living area, see through fireplace, walk-in shower, soaking tub, dual sinks and vanities, and two walk-in closets. Secondary Bedrooms with great closet space and hall bath. Bring entertaining outdoors with the open patio and great backyard with lots of green grass. Hail resistant roof in 2016, recent windows, paint, carpet.
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