2 Backfield Court

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Bi-level Beauty in Brookhill
Modern kitchen. Check. Fireplace in the family room. Check. Private covered deck with two entrances from within the house. Check. Two-stall garage. Check. What more could a homebuyer want? Chances are this place has it.
Listed by Pat Genetti of Lewith and Freeman for $189,900 this lovely bi-level home is located within the Brookhill community in Conyngham. The development has many family oriented activities that bring together the residents of the neighborhood, including fishing derbies, Easter egg hunts, and Christmas tree bonfires. Just a short walk away is a lake for the outdoors person enthusiast in your family, and playground area for the kids .This distinguished home has a upscale look for a realistic price. The entire home has been completely updated with a security system, lighting fixtures and much, much more! You can’t help but imagine the kids playing outside in the snow in your spacious backyard, or tossing footballs around after the Spring thaw.
Central air, energy star windows, and an energy efficient heat pump help to keep your costs down, while enjoying the comfort of this 2,050 square foot home.
After parking in the paved driveway, a concrete slab walkway leads you to the front door of this sturdy aluminum sided home. The outside is punctuated by four pillars that make the home more prestigious. Brand new hardwood floors greet you as soon as you enter the home, which continue on in to the dining room and kitchen. The downstairs level of this home has a brick accented wood burning fireplace in the finished 17×15 feet family room complete with a built-in bookshelf or trophy case for your family’s many accomplishments. One of four bedrooms is located on this level, along with access to the roomy two-stall garage, 3/4 bathroom and newly tiled laundry room. The 17×12  bedroom not only has new cream colored carpet but a large closet for all of your needs. Conveniently, the laundry room also has a utility sink and of course hookups for your washer and dryer. A full bathroom with ceramic tiled flooring is also located just off the family room and laundry room.
Up a few stairs and to the right is the 15×18 living room with elegant hardwood flooring, wainscoting that continues on in to the formal dining room, and large windows that allow abundant natural light in to your home. Continuing on, the cozy 13×12.6 dining room also has new crown molding and sliding glass doors that lead you to you very own covered deck with a latching wooden door to keep the kids or pets where you can see them. The modern kitchen comes complete with a electric oven/range, with an overhead microwave, matching black dishwasher and oversized refrigerator. Recessed lighting gives the kitchen a modern flair, to go with the appliances. There’s also a pantry to keep your family stocked up for the winter and plenty of cabinet space is available for all of your kitchen needs!
There are two closets in the hallway leading to the other bedrooms and bathrooms of the home. The main bathroom has a tiled shower and bathtub, new cabinets, and a perfect area to put a laundry hamper located under the sink area. All three bedrooms in this portion of the home have ceiling fans for your comfort. The 11×16 master bedroom has double closets for whoever the lucky inhabitants of this room may be! The focal point of the master bathroom is the tiled shower area that has frosted sliding glass doors that add to the modern feel of the home.

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About Trish Reznick

Writer. Pessimistic optimist. News junkie. I write real estate advertising pieces, but my heart's in music journalism. To make the real estate biz more exciting I put music references in to a good percentage of my writings. I guess you could call me a liberal. I have an extensive record collection and I prefer them over MP3s any day... unless that particular day I plan on leaving my apartment. Considering I'm an extrovert, that is quite frequently. I'm a scorpio...which is a nice way of saying I have intense mood swings... I thought that was just called being a chick.

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