Good Things Come in Threes

Rosehill residence receives new owner

Courtesy of Ekk & Hamilton Realty

What makes a beautiful home even more beautiful? A happy family inside. Three, it seems, is this recently purchased home’s lucky number: The three-story home is situated on almost three acres with availability for three cars to park in the garage. The window-lined walls, abundance of spacious rooms and outdoor space — perfect for pool parties — were key factors that lured in the buyer.

List Price: $1,100,000

Sold Price: $1,000,000

Address: 244 Rosehill Drive

Square Footage: 8,924


Bathrooms: 8

Year Built: 1991

Features: Newly updated/replaced roof, pool, HVAC system, tankless water heater, carpet and paint; three stories; formal and casual dining spaces; formal living room; family room; wall-to-wall windows; large kitchen; master wing; covered porch overlooking pool; bonus room/study; walk-in attic access; and an open room ideal for game room, fitness center or a private office

Realtor Says: “This house is perfect for entertaining and family gatherings. It was recently updated with new paint and a new roof. Majestic grounds with beautiful live oaks, this stately three-story brick home is on almost three acres with a large, sparkling pool and an attached three-car garage!”

Contact: Elizabeth Ekk, Broker Associate/Owner, Ekk & Hamilton Realty, (850) 567-3455,

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