Builder's Pride and Joy
Built in 2004, not a single detail was overlooked in building this beautiful, airy abode, located on over three acres in Millstone Plantation. Countless upgraded features give the home an unmistakable upscale atmosphere, while its spacious floor plan gives homeowners an equal sense of luxury.
“The whole neighborhood exudes a laid-back elegance,” said listing agent Christie Orros of Coldwell Banker Hartung & Noblin. “The house’s best attribute is the quality of its construction.”
Stately arched doors in the entry foyer, building materials like travertine, wood and high-end carpet flooring, and gorgeous millwork and chain-distressed cabinets of varying stains and finishes throughout the house create a rich sense of depth and texture. Subdued, neutral tones create a warm setting.
The kitchen is perhaps the home’s most distinguishing feature: a two-wall open space with a center island and an elevated three-sided bar.
“The kitchen is open to the entire living area, which makes entertaining comfortably elegant,” explained Orros, adding that the entire living space opens up to the gorgeous backyard, where “there’s a two-level pond area that surrounds the pool and creates a serene setting.”
In the master suite, the bedroom holds its own in this high-end house, with an eye-level, in-wall fireplace feature, access to the deck and his and hers closets. Three of the four additional bedrooms are downstairs, lending one bedroom additional privacy upstairs with an en suite bathroom.
The outdoor living space is just as luxurious as the house interior. “The yard is so large, but it’s completely private,” Orros pointed out.
A V-shaped covered patio surrounds the heated saline pool with an oversized spill-over spa, while natural and manicured landscaping provides the ultimate pool privacy. The relaxing sound of the large fishpond, with its waterfalls and a stream, create poolside serenity.
Address: 2802 Millstone Plantation Rd.
List Price: $899,000
Square Feet: 4,021
Contact: Christie Orros,
Coldwell Banker Hartung & Noblin