With All The Amenities in This House, it's No Surprise it Sold
courtesy Mariana Doseanu
Situated in the desirable Weems Plantation community, the home at 3434 Barnstaple Drive recently sold for $167,000. The three-bedroom, two-bathroom space was built in 2004 and spans 1,391 square interior feet; the entire size of the lot is .15 acres. It is one of several houses situated on a cul-de-sac. The home boasts a spacious two-car garage, open floor plan, a covered front porch and brand new roof and gutters. All of these improvements contribute to an increased value on the home, and one less thing that the new homeowners have to contend with in the near future.
Address: 3434 Barnstaple Drive
List Price: $182,000
Sold Price: $167,000
Square feet: 1,372
Contact: Mariana Doseanu
There are numerous amenities in the home, including a built-in microwave, oven, washer, dryer and refrigerator with icemaker. The kitchen is separate from the breakfast nook, and both open up to an expansive living room area. The bedrooms are all painted in calming, neutral hues, with matching plush carpet throughout. The master bathroom offers double vanities, as well as a garden tub, walk-in closet and separate toilet space. Additionally, the laundry room is situated within the interior of the house for added convenience.
Moving to the back exterior of the home, there is an enviable backyard space that is perfect for entertaining or just relaxing. There is a screened-in back porch, which opens up to a cozy backyard replete with privacy fence. The span of healthy green grass is easily maintained with the built-in irrigation system. For homeowners with an eye on safety, there is an existing security system, which was included in the asking price of the home.
“The selling point of this home was its location,” said Mariana Doseanu of Keller Williams Realty. “Convenience is a strong suit of Weems Plantation, with the Publix-anchored shopping center, Wal-Mart and Costco and Bass Pro Shops on Lagniappe Way and Tom Brown Park, all within walking distance.”