When I posted about this Maplewood Carriage home at 9477 Cromarty Coming Soon on April 17th, I could not wait to share more about the inside of this home. Whether I realized it or not, my experience with this particular home started when one of the new owners popped into one of my open houses in the neighborhood about four years ago. She told me the home that she had purchased and that she and her husband were fixing it up. Even then I remember, when finding out which home she bought, thinking they had a job on their hands. It hadn’t been my listing, but was on the market the same time as one I had sold on the street. (Looking back at that listing while grabbing this link, I can’t believe I didn’t hire a professional to take my photos. My business and my marketing have come a long way. Even then, my listing was head and shoulders above the presentation of 9477 Cromarty at the time.)
The thing that can’t be duplicated about 9477 Cromarty is the lot. It sides to a pond where heron, fox, deer, turtles and frogs frequent. There are unobstructed water views from the patio and driveway, kitchen sink and dining room. Now let’s look at some of the interior improvements.
The kitchen is farmhouse chick at its best. Gray quartz counters with white marbling and glistening specs are the perfect complement to the white cabinets. A live edge cherry breakfast bar and exposed wood shelving to open up this galley kitchen to the family room.
My favorite part of the home is where the pantry was transformed into a bar with space for a notebook computer and a stool. The pandemic had many home owners scrambling for additional office spaces in 2020 and this is one of the most imaginative I have seen. It beats a closet any day and when work is done, you can shut the notebook and enjoy an adult beverage.
The family room now has a farmhouse chandelier, which makes it a great accent for a gathering area, or maybe a perfect dining room. Swap the actual dining room, with the view of the pond, for your gathering area and let it flow into the living room across the foyer entry.
Refinished hardwood floors on the main level give way to a hardwood staircase that lead you to the engineered hardwood floors upstairs. While done with a papered accent wall, the owner’s bedroom brings you right back to farmhouse chic.
Even the owner’s bathroom, with wood-like tile brought in natural wood edges above the dual sinks.
You can see everything in the virtual tour. The last area I am going to highlight here as a major improvement is the stamped concrete patio between the home and the detached garage. Pergola conveys, but lighting will go with the owners.
This is the perfect lot for outdoor entertaining or enjoying your own bit of quiet by natural surroundings. The extensive driveway can park many vehicles. There is a two car garage and three parking spaces at the end of the driveway that don’t even interfere with the garage entry. And if you were looking for a fenced yard, this one does offer a gate that shut across the driveway.
Come see all this stunning home has to offer on Saturday, April 23rd or Sunday, April 24th. Both days the home will be open from 1pm-3pm. If you don’t have an agent and need one to represent you, give me a call and I will connect you with a top notch professional out of our Long & Foster offices.