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At a Glance
This amazing 5 bedroom with first floor master and 2 car garage home will help melt away the worries of the day the minute you pull into fully insulated garage with confetti epoxy flooring and brightly painted walls.
Why Live Here?
This amazing 5 bedroom with first floor master and 2 car garage home will help melt away the worries of the day the minute you pull into fully insulated garage with confetti epoxy flooring and brightly painted walls. The wonderfully landscaped front yard features an aggregate driveway and walk way that will take you to the custom made front door. Once you walk in you can't help but feel the stress of your day melt away in this light and bright colored home with over sized windows that always make the home light and bright. Custom made chandeliers, ceiling fans and beautiful wood work through out the home give it the vacation feel the home owners were looking to achieve. The 2-story foyer is large enough to put a sitting room at the top of the stairs. The formal dining room features intricate chair rails, crown molding a trey ceiling, bay windows, with glass frame work at the top of each threshold. The gourmet eat in kitchen features, porcelain tiled flooring, cherry cabinets,...
Amenities
  • Pool
  • High Speed Internet Available
  • Clubhouse
  • Tennis Court
  • Jetted Bathtub
  • Lawn
  • Master bath
  • Pond
  • Sprinkler System
  • Yard
  • Cable Ready
  • Double Pane Windows
  • Garden
  • Granite countertop
  • Jacuzzi / Whirlpool
  • Range/Oven
  • Vaulted Ceiling
Building Information
  • Built: 2001

 

About Midlothian, VA


Part of Chesterfield County, Virginia, Midlothian is a small suburban community with around 35,000 residents. The area began as a coal mining area and now is home to a number of creeks that flow to and from the James River. As the coal mining industry declined, population decreased until after highway networks began being constructed. Ranked as one of the “Best Places to Live” in the past, the hospitals, shopping, and dining options in Midlothian ensures that the city has something for everyone.