Your Second Home Can Be This County Getaway
Nestled in the heart of Jefferson County at 273 Springfield Road, this second home option provides the perfect getaway for a weekend — or more — in the country. Situated on four acres of lush green space and abutting a pine tree farm, this custom-built home, listed for $479,000, is located just a few minutes from I-10, making it just as convenient an escape as it is aesthetically pleasing.
The exterior of the home is simple, with an endless carpet of green grass extending to the property line. There is a shaded cobblestone paver porch with a pathway to the detached three-car garage.
“This custom built home offers relaxed luxury with a Southern flair,” said Lindsay Elliott of Hill Spooner & Elliott Inc. Real Estate. “It is nestled on a four-acre home site for ultimate privacy and seclusion just minutes from town. This retreat offers many low-maintenance features that make it a perfect option for a second home.”
Address: 273 Springfield Road
List Price: $479,000
Square feet: 3,444
Contact: Hettie Spooner, Broker/Owner
The interior of the home is nothing short of spectacular. Stained pine heartwood flooring runs throughout, accompanied by 11-foot ceilings and Pella windows. There is recessed lighting in the kitchen, complemented by a six-burner stove with custom hood, Dacor refrigerator and custom zebrawood and Cambria quartz countertops. The kitchen opens right into the living area, which is spacious, with plenty of room to be creative in terms of room design and décor. There are two bonus rooms in this three-bedroom, four-bathroom house. The master suite also offers access to the patio through two glass French doors, and each of the bedrooms boast walk-in closets and private bathrooms. The master bathroom offers separate spaces for bathtub and shower, with a combination of mirrors and custom tiling around the tub space. While the home has a number of amenities built in to the custom design, there is still a great deal of opportunity for a buyer to initiate touches to personalize it further.