<img src="https://agentmarketing.com/usr/15/02/96/42/78/190405044435.jpg?t=1575917261"><br>Upgrades, upgrades, and more upgrades as you'll see the owner's spared no expense in making this home unique and unlike any other home out there. Enjoy meals in this large custom designed kitchen with LG Studio Series appliances with large side by side LG refrigerator. Granite tile back splash, Dutch ovens, 36in glass cooktop with lots of kitchen cabinets means you'll have a home like no other. Even the Butler's pantry got some love and attention with one of the 2 pantry areas being upgraded with custom shelving and drawers. Storage will never be an issue in this amazing home. With all lighting fixtures upgraded, and ceiling fans in every room, comfort will never be a question. Even the windows received the ''royal treatment'' with plantation shutters installed on every window in the home With its pottery barn storage cabinets and wall mounted LCD TV (conveys), even the loft received its fair share of upgrades as well. The upstairs master suite is enormous; stating it was large would have been an understatement, as it encompasses the entire front of the home with its large walk-in closet and well-sized master bath. Your master bathroom received its own touch-ups with its tiled shower, dual vanities, and large windows allowing for lots natural light. Two of the additional bedrooms upstairs are connected via a Jack and Jill bathroom, while the other upstairs bedroom enjoys the privacy afforded by its own full bathroom. Plenty of room is an understatement for this amazing home. Expenses weren't spared outside the home as well. Featuring an ACTUAL 2-car garage with its own hurricane door, fully updated landscaping, and fully fenced in yard...the owners even took the time to pre-wire the home for a storm generator...you won't need to update or upgrade a thing for as you can see, the previous owners spared no expense in making this home as enjoyable as possible. EDIT: Sellers informed me the washer and dryer convey as well. So "turn-key" appears to be an understatement. <br>