154 Sanford Ferry Court

House of the Week: 154 Sanford Ferry Court

by | Mar 1, 2017 | Business

Sponsored content provided by Amy Cherry Taylor, realtor, associate broker, Amy Cherry Taylor & Associates, Avery Hess Realtors.

Perfectly nestled on a peaceful cul-de-sac in the Celebrate Virginia subdivision, this stunning waterfront home at 154 Sanford Ferry Ct. in Stafford County has more than $100,000 in upgrades inside and out.

The formal living and dining rooms flank the two story foyer and grand split staircase.

The gourmet kitchen features raised panel maple cabinets with crown molding, an oversized island with sink and breakfast bar, recessed lighting with island pendant lights, and stainless steel appliances.

The family room has a gas fireplace with raised stone front hearth, and a coffered ceiling. French doors open into the main level office, with a private covered balcony.

Upstairs, the master bedroom suite includes a wet bar, a sitting room, and a private covered balcony.

The master bathroom has oversized split vanities, a corner Jacuzzi tub, and an oversized tile shower with dual showerheads and a built in bench.

There is a “princess suite,” with an attached full bathroom upstairs as well.

The last two bedrooms share a Jack and Jill full bathroom.

The fully finished basement includes a recreation room with a wet bar.

Out back there is a deck that leads to a large stamped concrete patio. A lovely path at the back of the house leads to the second deck, where you can enjoy the serene water view.

This 6,518 square-foot home is on the market for $649,900.

For more information, view the online listing, and call the Amy Cherry Taylor & Associates Customer Service Line 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at 540-632-2824, or reach me directly at 703-577-0135. Thanks for reading!

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