Looking for room to spread out with a workshop and plenty of outdoor entertaining spaces? So, you want to live in a non-HOA community? And, you want to be close to the river? Done, done and DONE! This quality-built all brick home was designed to entertain AND to tinker. And, nothing was spared to make the home comfortable and durable - oak hardwood flooring, handsome moldings, custom crafted cherry cabinetry with soft close drawers, pull-out shelving and built-in china cabinets, travertine tile and a tankless Rinnai hot water heater. The kitchen is certainly the heart of the home with a center work island, Jenn Aire gas range, and GE profile refrigerator and dishwasher. The keeping room/family room is just off of the kitchen that makes for the perfect hang out spot. The wet bar with polished mahogany countertops, built-in shelves, sink and refrigerator is easily accessible from the kitchen and provides service to the formal dining room. A corner, stacked-stone fireplace with slate hearth and mantle perfect accentuate the oversized family room. The primary bedroom is ENORMOUS with a tray ceiling and opens to an enclosed porch that overlooks the backgrounds. From this bedroom, you'll have easy access to a walk-up attic with invaluable storage and a cedar closet. Located on more than an acre (just around the corner from the Shriner's Club boat landing on Black River), you'll find a brick paver patio with retractable sunshade, firepit and outdoor bar. Beyond that is a 4-bay detached garage; one bay has a window air conditioning unit and was used as a workshop. Or this could be a great place for storing your toys ... a jet ski or ATV maybe? A whole house generator adds another level of comfort to living at 52 Freeman Drive. The land and home lend itself to easily be expanded for your family's needs. Need more bedrooms? Plenty of room to make that happen. But, you'll be hard pressed to find this much property in an area that feels like country living but is just minutes to shopping, dining and medical facilities in Georgetown.
12:30 - 2:30 Sunday, September 4