Viera Family Home Sold

Better than new home in Viera’s new gated community of Sandhill Crossing. Built in 2018, the original owners have upgraded lighting, fans, fixtures, flooring and more! Popular great room floor plan has large eat-in kitchen, breakfast bar, dinning and living areas as well as family room space. Lovely wood look ceramic plank tile flooring can be found throughout the home with carpet in the bedrooms. Stacked, cabinetry topped with crown molding adorn the kitchen. Owner added large cabinet pantry with rolling shelves added adjacent to the fridge. The chef in the family will enjoy the granite counters, stainless steel appliances and abundant storage! The master suite will not disappoint with its tray ceiling, walk-in closet, dual sink vanity, tub and separate shower. Gorgeous wood..

Better than new home in Viera’s new gated community of Sandhill Crossing. Built in 2018, the original owners have upgraded lighting, fans, fixtures, flooring and more! Popular great room floor plan has large eat-in kitchen, breakfast bar, dinning and living areas as well as family room space. Lovely wood look ceramic plank tile flooring can be found throughout the home with carpet installed in bedrooms. Stacked, cabinetry topped with crown molding adorn the kitchen. Owner added large cabinet pantry with rolling shelves added adjacent to the fridge. The chef in the family will enjoy the granite counters, stainless steel appliances and abundant storage! The master suite will not disappoint with its tray ceiling, walk-in closet, dual sink vanity, tub and separate shower. Gorgeous wooden 3 blade aviation inspired fans can be found in the living, family and master rooms. Enjoy the views while sitting on your front porch as the home is located across the street from the community fitness trail. Additional storage can be found in the garage attic which has solid flooring installed. Great schools and close to shopping make this house the perfect home!

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