Don’t Get March Madness with this Contemporary Chalet

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Don’t get March Madness get Glad with this contemporary Chalet

            Even if your bracket didn’t win you the big bucks or bragging rights you can still be the proud new owner of this spectacular home. Listed by Rick Bernstein of Century 21 Bernstein for $292,000 this home has the best of both worlds with a contemporary chalet style that will bring you happiness and harmony for many years to come.

            Located within the Eagle Rock community, this home has plenty of space and a bird’s eye view of the 15th hole of the golf course you have access to with three rounds of your green’s fees per month paid for you by just owning this home. The course was co-designed by Arnold Palmer and Double Diamond and boasts a four star rating by Golf Digest. When you are not enjoying a day on the course you can enjoy a nice lemonade iced tea and watch the other duffers play. In the winter, you can have a blast at the mile long terrain park with 16 rails, a 1,000 foot long super half pipe, a new tubing park and even though it’s not Easter yet, you can still use the bunny slopes.

But we’re getting ahead of ourselves. From interstate 81 take the Hazleton/924 exit to 924 south and turn right in to the prestigious Eagle Rock main entrance. After checking in at the guard house, Crooked Stick Lane is at the second right, and the home at 111 Crooked Stick Lane is also on your right. Although it seems small from the outside, this home packs  3,008 square feet of living space with a full finished basement and a panoramic view of the sights and subtle sounds that surround your new home.

            If you decide to park in front of the garage, you’ll enter through the kitchen door! After taking off your (golf) shoes, or snow gear, you can’t help but be drawn to the granite countertops and stainless steel appliances which are all part of the Whirlpool Gold series. Recessed lighting illuminates the way, without getting in the way. The 16×13 kitchen also has a lazy Susan and a breakfast bar for those hectic mornings. Continuing on is the 22×18 living room, which you are sure to be frequently entertaining in complete with a gas insert fireplace.13 variously shaped windows, not including the glass window in the door leading out to the front porch, create an almost too perfect Norman Rockwell-esque view.

            Two out of four bedrooms are on this level and they measure 12×11.3 and 12×11 respectively. One of three bathrooms is also on this level, and it has a spacious 12×5 area to pamper yourself in. Before heading upstairs, you will want to see the basement of the home. 

            After descending the stairs, you are in the middle of the 22×18 family/recreation room. Straight ahead there is pristine tile flooring, to your right is a door leading you outside and behind you is lush carpeting, among other things you’ll find pleasant. Another 11×8 bathroom that harbors the laundry area is to your left, and continuing on that path brings you to yet another 19×11.5 bedroom or office. There’s even storage under the stairs!

            The real gem of the house is in the upstairs portion. A hardwood banister guides the way to the open loft style master bedroom and bathroom accompaniment. The 18.6×13.6 master bedroom is alongside the 13.7×8.6 master bathroom with custom cabinets and a jetted tub to relax in after work, entertaining, or lounging on the porch. A walk-in closet, ceiling fan, and again, crisp paint and carpeting makes this area perfect. You won’t get bored of the tile patterns either, three different styles are showcased within the home.

            Photos are worth a thousand words, but they don’t say enough about the home.

            For more information contact Rick Bernstein directly at 570-956-5823 or drop by the Century 21 Bernstein office located on Route 93 in Conyngham.

           

               

               

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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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