Look no further! This golf front and water view Lantana model home with a pool is situated on the Cherry Hill golf course of Palmer’s Legend Championship golf course. This home has great curb appeal with the paver driveway and walled landscaping. As you approach this home, take note of the paver walkway, architectural portico entrance, decorative leaded glass door with sidelights and transom. Upon entry, you will notice the open floor plan with high ceilings, tiled living area, and decorative fireplace. The kitchen boasts of wood cabinetry, granite counter tops, tiled backsplash, stainless appliances, island, and decorative lighting. The dinette area features custom cabinetry with additional counter space and plantation shutters. Gorgeous French doors lead you to the enclosed lanai with tile flooring and a mini-split for year round comfort. The master bedroom features high ceilings, laminate flooring, walk in closet and ensuite bath with dual sinks and a walk-in shower. The guest rooms have plantation shutters, laminate flooring and ceiling fans. One bedroom features a murphy bed with shelving. The indoor laundry has cabinets above the appliances for extra storage. Take a look at this awesome lanai. The view of the pool, golf course and water is breathtaking! The pool has a gorgeous water feature. This is a great area to entertain guests or just relax with your favorite book and beverage. Some furniture is available for purchase separately.
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX PREMIER REALTY.
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