Rosehill Grandeur

Hard-to-find Rosehill home met buyers’ needs



courtesy Priscilla Tharpe

 

This Rosehill home, located on a 2-acre lot, features 9-foot ceilings, a spacious great room and a well-equipped kitchen. It’s perfect for parties and for the many guests that its new owners are sure to welcome to their new home.


Address: 309 Oaks Will Court 

Sale Price: $660,000

Square Feet: 3,236

Bedrooms: 4

Baths: 3

Features: Stone and hardwood floors, updated appliances, glass-paneled cabinetry, wine storage cellar, stone fireplace, wooden shelving, wall of windows in great room, three-car garage, study, spacious back porch and outdoor pool

Realtor says: “This gorgeous pool home in Rosehill had all the amenities that today’s buyers want. It is hard to find custom homes on a large lot in a gated community in northeast Tallahassee, yet only five minutes to shops and restaurants. This beautiful home fit all the wants and needs for these lucky buyers.”

Contact: Priscilla Tharpe, Certified Residential Specialist, Coldwell Banker Hartung & Noblin, Inc. (850) 933-9412, TharpePL@gmail.com 

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