This your opportunity to own a charming piece of history in Lyn Mar Hills. Lyn Mar Hills was developed by Lyn Sheeley in 1938. Sheeley hired Earl Sumner Draper, Land scape architect and town planner to design the subdivision. Draper described his style as old school, the Olmstead school by utilizing the natural topography of the land by using curved roads rather than a grid layout. This 5 bedroom, 4 1/2 bath home sits on 1.65 acres and has all the bells and whistles. The current seller has made many changes during ownership of the property. A large spacious kitchen has tons of storage, prep space, granite tops and a premium appliance package. The kitchen has a casual dining area with a wet bar. The formal dining and living room are adjacent the kitchen. Down a small hallway is the laundry room that is equipped with extra storage and a laundry sink. The den is just a few steps away from the kitchen area and is anchored on one end with a fireplace and built in cabinetry. Natural light flows through the large windows. The den is open to a spacious sun room. Want access to the great outdoors?? You can access the back deck from the sunroom and formal dining room. Down a central hall on the right hand side of the home is a bedroom , full bath and large main bedroom suite. The main bedroom has tray ceilings , a sitting area, large walk in closets and an en suite bathroom . The bathroom was added to the home in mid 2000's and is over 350 sf. The whirlpool tub is elevated and can be a tranquil retreat while enjoying the electric fireplace in the space. A large walk in shower and separate water closet round out this area. Downstairs has 3 additional bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, a sewing/craft room, 2 car garage and a den with fireplace. Walkout the lower level and enjoy the garden space this property affords. Mature landscaping throughout the property with an irrigation system to help keep the lush grass green during the hot summer months.
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Real Estate Ten Midtown.