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$350,000 :: 155 STARK RD, Rochester Hills MI, 48307

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4 beds, 4 baths
Home size: 2,131 sq ft
Lot Size: 26,136 sq ft
Added: 06/26/17, Last Updated: 06/27/17
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 21313474
Community: Rochester Hills (63151)
Tract: JUENGEL’S ORCHARDS
Status: Active

This is a custom designed and built, brick home with a fully finished walk out. The cathedral ceilings compliment the open floor plan in the living area. There is also a wood burning fireplace to take the chill out of the Michigan winters. Located at one end of the living area is a 9 foot door-wall that opens onto one of three elevated decks. The kitchen features Merrilat cabinets and has a large bay window seat that views the backyard and woods. The master bedroom is large and has a private deck. It is wonderful to sit on the deck and watch the wildlife. The lower level includes a totally separate in-law suite that has a full bathroom with walk in shower, a master bedroom with LARGE walk in closet and a full kitchen. There is a recreation and entertainment area as well as a plant area with drainage,a water faucet, a grow light and a large egress windows.A door-wall opens onto a brick patio and the back yard.

Listed with Reozom Real Estate Services


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$200,000 :: 3094 WILLET AVE, Rochester Hills MI, 48309

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3 beds, 2 baths
Home size: 1,558 sq ft
Lot Size: 24,829 sq ft
Added: 05/16/17, Last Updated: 06/26/17
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 21295612
Community: Rochester Hills (63151)
Tract: HILLCREST SUB-ROCHESTER HILLS
Status: Sold

Your own slice of heaven! Quaint exterior, stylish interior! Welcome to 3094 Willet, where you & your guests will be greeted by a large, bright living room with bay window & coved ceilings. Beautiful hardwood floors throughout. Stylish curved archway leads to dining room, & another classic archway to kitchen. Full of upgrades including ample cabinet space, custom glass tile backsplash, butcherblock counters & island, exposed wood beam, stainless steel appliances (including deep triple bowl sink), & exposed shelving. Next see the generously-sized bedrooms, which offer ample closet space. Master bedroom w/ large walk-through closet & attached private bath.Partially finished basement offers additional living/exercising/storage space.Enjoy summer nights on the large covered back patio. Mature trees line the .58 acre lot, offering privacy, yet easily maintained. Double door detached garage PLUS plenty of storage in the shed. Avondale Schools! Don’t let this one get away!

Listed with Keller Williams Rochester


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The Ultimate Guide to Cleaning a Bathtub (Based on the Type of Tub)

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Contributed by TheHandyNest.com

A dirty and filthy bathtub with spots and scratches is hardly a relaxing sight. It can also act as a breeding ground for germs and bacteria. Here we will be talking about some of the best ways on how to clean bathtub and how to protect it from dirt and spots.

Materials Used To Create A Bathtub

Depending on the material that is used to create the bathtub, different methods of cleaning can have different effects on the bathtub. Some of the materials are easier to clean when compared to others, whereas some might take longer and more effort. Let’s have a quick look on a few materials that are commonly used to make bathtubs.

Porcelain Enameled Steel Bathtub

Porcelain enameled steel is a commonly used and comparatively inexpensive option when it comes to making bathtubs. These bathtubs tend to be heavier than acrylic and fiberglass bathtubs. They are extremely durable and are easy to clean.

Some of the disadvantages of using a porcelain enameled steel bathtub are that they tend to get chipped easily and these chipped areas can quickly begin to rust.

Cleaning tips:

When cleaning a porcelain bathtub, avoid using abrasive cleaners as they can chip the surface of the bathtub. Also stay away from scouring powder, white vinegar, and steel wool as they can damage the finish of the bathtub.

If you are looking for a cleaner that is gentle on the surface and can be used weekly, then you can choose any of the bathtub cleaners available in the store. Be sure to check if the given cleaner is safe on porcelain enamel.

You can even make your own porcelain bathtub cleaner at your home by following the below steps:

  • Add a couple tablespoons of your dish washing soap to a gallon of hot water and apply on the surface of the bathtub using a sponge or a rag.
  • Scrub the porcelain and rinse well with water.

Make sure you only use this process once a month — at most — as it can damage the bathtub with overuse. If you wish to give your bathtub a new and shiny appearance, dab a small amount of lemon oil and rub the sides of the bathtub.

Acrylic Bathtub

Acrylic bathtubs are often used today due to their versatility, durability, options, and economic affordability. The acrylic tub is made up of vacuum formed acrylic sheets, which are then reinforced with the help of fiberglass. They have a non-porous surface and can be repaired to some extent in the case of any damage. They come exclusively in a range of colors, shapes, and sizes.

But care should be taken while cleaning such bathtubs as they easily tend to get scratched when cleaned with an abrasive cleaner.

Cleaning tips:

It is extremely important to be careful when cleaning your bathtub if it is made up of acrylic plastic. Acylic plastic can be easily damaged by the effects of chemical and abrasive materials. So, it is highly recommended to take all the more care while cleaning an acrylic plastic bathtub. Here is what you can do:

  • Use warm water and wet the bathtub before you begin the cleaning process.
  • Pour a small amount of baby shampoo on a damp rag or a piece of cloth and rub the surface of the bathtub in circles.
  • Rinse the rag often as the rag can begin to accumulate soap on it. Rinse the surface of the bathtub and repeat the process until you think that the bathtub is clean and spot free.
  • After the surface has dried and is cleaned, use a can of car wax and a rag to apply the wax on the surface of the bathtub.
  • Apply the wax on the surface of the bathtub in circles, like how you would generally apply car wax on your car.
  • Allow the surface to dry out for a few minutes and buff the surface of the bathtub with the help of a dry cotton ball.

The car wax applied on the bathtub makes the soap, water, and shampoo do not stick to the surface. Repeat the process if necessary.

Fiberglass Bathtub

tub_fiberglassFiberglass bathtubs are another affordable option when it comes to bathtubs. They are created with layers of surface coat, polyester resin, and fiberglass reinforcements. They are less durable as well.

You should take care when you are cleaning your fiberglass bathtub as they are not durable like other materials and the surface can easily get cracked and scratched. The finish also tends to fade away with constant use.

Cleaning tips:

You can clean your fiberglass bathtub with the help of a shower or cleaner mixture as explained in the steps below:

  • In a part of hot water, mix a healthy amount of baking soda and half a cup of your dish soap.
  • When the components are mixed, it will begin to form a paste.
  • Keep adding baking soda to the mixture till it is able to stick on the wall of the bathtub.
  • Use a sponge and apply the mixture on the bathtub and allow it to stand for 30 minutes or more.
  • After half an hour, wait and scrub the bathtub vigorously.
  • Rinse the fiberglass bathtub with the help of cold water and wipe away the excess water with the help of a paper towel.
  • Now you can use a magic eraser to wipe away all the stains and dirt once again.

To give your fiberglass bathtub the shine and appearance of a new bathtub, use a good grade rubbing wax that is made especially for fiberglass. Here is what you need to do:

  • Take a good grade auto wax and an orbital buffer.
  • Apply the rubbing wax and work your magic in small sections.
  • Don’t apply the mixture for long on one area as it can burn the fiberglass.
  • Buff the rubbing wax with the help of a terry cloth and complete the process with the help of auto wax.
  • Rinse with cold water to harden and allow the shine to stay for longer.

Enameled Cast Iron Bathtub

tub_castironAn enameled cast iron bathtub is an extremely durable and heavy bathtub, which is made up of enameled cast iron. It is made up of molded iron and is coated with enamel. It is more expensive when compared to the other kinds of bathtubs but this makes them all the more durable and long lasting.

The thick enamel cover makes it resistant to chipping and scratching and helps you maintain the look for years to come. However, avoid using harmful chemicals on an enameled cast iron bathtub, and use baking soda and water to keep it new for years to come.

Cleaning tips:

Handle an enameled cast iron with caution as you can end up discoloring it with the use of harmful chemicals. For daily cleaning, it is highly recommended to use baking soda with warm water. All you need to do is:

  • Make a paste out of baking soda and warm water and apply it on the stains
  • Let the paste sit there for around 30 minutes
  • Use a cleaning towel to scrub the scrum and filth
  • Rinse with warm water.

However, if your bathtub has some tough stains, follow the following steps:

  • Mix a teaspoon of trisodium phosphate cleaner (TSP) with hot water.
  • Apply the solution on the stain with gentle rubbing using a sponge and rinse well.

Bathtubs Made of Cast Polymers (Like Cultured Marble, Granite or Onyx)

tub_polymersThese are special engineered natural stone or solid surface materials that are molded together with minerals, polymeric materials, and resins to form a solid surface, and are usually finished off with a gel cast finish.

Proper care should be taken while cleaning cast polymer bathtubs as even the slightest scratches can destroy the shine of the bathtub. It is thus highly recommended to avoid using abrasive scrubs and chemicals on it.

Cleaning tips:

It is important to adopt proper steps while cleaning a cast polymer as even the slightest scratches would be easily visible. It is highly recommended to avoid using abrasive cleaners and scratchy sponges. Follow the following steps to stay safe:

  • Use a mild detergent or a mild soap for cleaning.
  • In order to remove soap scrums, mix vinegar and water in equal amounts and spray on the affected area.
  • Wipe the area with a soft cloth.

Things To Avoid When Cleaning Your Bathtub

By avoiding some of these common and silly mistake and errors that people often do, you can make sure that your bathtub shines and keeps shining for a longer duration.

  • Don’t leave your soap or shampoo bottles on the bathroom or bathtub floor as this can cause more stains and marks to emerge. The acids in these products make the bathtub easier to crack and for the bacteria to grow.
  • Never use any abrasive scrub pads, hard tools, or steel wool to rub or scrub the surface of the bathtub. This can cause the bathtub to crack and start showing marks and scratches.
  • Stay away from products that are too hard for the bathtub. Stay away from paint thinners as they have the same effect of an abrasive scrub pad or steel wool on the bathtub.
  • Don’t work with chemicals without any form of ventilation. The ventilation can be in the form of a window or an exhaust fan. Working in enclosed situations with these chemicals can cause fumes that can be harmful to the lungs and the skin of the user.
  • Don’t have all your hopes on one product. Use the products that are most suited for the area and the work.
  • It is important to let the disinfectant sit on the surface of the bathtub for at least 5 minutes.
  • Don’t just clean the dirty area. Many of us think that it is enough to clean the dirt and stain from the visible area or in the areas that have the stain. Nothing could be further from the truth. Clean the whole bathtub and bathroom for a clean and germ-free environment. Clean the sides, hidden areas, inside the structure and all around to make sure that your bathtub is free of any stains and bacteria.
  • Trim your shower curtain to match your bathtub. When the shower liner hits the bathtub, the area is too wide and can act as an easy breeding ground for mold and mildew.

View the full bathtub cleaning guide at TheHandyNest.com.

This post originally appeared at TheHandyNest.com. Reprinted with permissions. Copyright 2017.

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The Ultimate Guide to Cleaning a Bathtub (Based on the Type of Tub)

tub_porcelain

Contributed by TheHandyNest.com

A dirty and filthy bathtub with spots and scratches is hardly a relaxing sight. It can also act as a breeding ground for germs and bacteria. Here we will be talking about some of the best ways on how to clean bathtub and how to protect it from dirt and spots.

Materials Used To Create A Bathtub

Depending on the material that is used to create the bathtub, different methods of cleaning can have different effects on the bathtub. Some of the materials are easier to clean when compared to others, whereas some might take longer and more effort. Let’s have a quick look on a few materials that are commonly used to make bathtubs.

Porcelain Enameled Steel Bathtub

Porcelain enameled steel is a commonly used and comparatively inexpensive option when it comes to making bathtubs. These bathtubs tend to be heavier than acrylic and fiberglass bathtubs. They are extremely durable and are easy to clean.

Some of the disadvantages of using a porcelain enameled steel bathtub are that they tend to get chipped easily and these chipped areas can quickly begin to rust.

Cleaning tips:

When cleaning a porcelain bathtub, avoid using abrasive cleaners as they can chip the surface of the bathtub. Also stay away from scouring powder, white vinegar, and steel wool as they can damage the finish of the bathtub.

If you are looking for a cleaner that is gentle on the surface and can be used weekly, then you can choose any of the bathtub cleaners available in the store. Be sure to check if the given cleaner is safe on porcelain enamel.

You can even make your own porcelain bathtub cleaner at your home by following the below steps:

  • Add a couple tablespoons of your dish washing soap to a gallon of hot water and apply on the surface of the bathtub using a sponge or a rag.
  • Scrub the porcelain and rinse well with water.

Make sure you only use this process once a month — at most — as it can damage the bathtub with overuse. If you wish to give your bathtub a new and shiny appearance, dab a small amount of lemon oil and rub the sides of the bathtub.

Acrylic Bathtub

Acrylic bathtubs are often used today due to their versatility, durability, options, and economic affordability. The acrylic tub is made up of vacuum formed acrylic sheets, which are then reinforced with the help of fiberglass. They have a non-porous surface and can be repaired to some extent in the case of any damage. They come exclusively in a range of colors, shapes, and sizes.

But care should be taken while cleaning such bathtubs as they easily tend to get scratched when cleaned with an abrasive cleaner.

Cleaning tips:

It is extremely important to be careful when cleaning your bathtub if it is made up of acrylic plastic. Acylic plastic can be easily damaged by the effects of chemical and abrasive materials. So, it is highly recommended to take all the more care while cleaning an acrylic plastic bathtub. Here is what you can do:

  • Use warm water and wet the bathtub before you begin the cleaning process.
  • Pour a small amount of baby shampoo on a damp rag or a piece of cloth and rub the surface of the bathtub in circles.
  • Rinse the rag often as the rag can begin to accumulate soap on it. Rinse the surface of the bathtub and repeat the process until you think that the bathtub is clean and spot free.
  • After the surface has dried and is cleaned, use a can of car wax and a rag to apply the wax on the surface of the bathtub.
  • Apply the wax on the surface of the bathtub in circles, like how you would generally apply car wax on your car.
  • Allow the surface to dry out for a few minutes and buff the surface of the bathtub with the help of a dry cotton ball.

The car wax applied on the bathtub makes the soap, water, and shampoo do not stick to the surface. Repeat the process if necessary.

Fiberglass Bathtub

tub_fiberglassFiberglass bathtubs are another affordable option when it comes to bathtubs. They are created with layers of surface coat, polyester resin, and fiberglass reinforcements. They are less durable as well.

You should take care when you are cleaning your fiberglass bathtub as they are not durable like other materials and the surface can easily get cracked and scratched. The finish also tends to fade away with constant use.

Cleaning tips:

You can clean your fiberglass bathtub with the help of a shower or cleaner mixture as explained in the steps below:

  • In a part of hot water, mix a healthy amount of baking soda and half a cup of your dish soap.
  • When the components are mixed, it will begin to form a paste.
  • Keep adding baking soda to the mixture till it is able to stick on the wall of the bathtub.
  • Use a sponge and apply the mixture on the bathtub and allow it to stand for 30 minutes or more.
  • After half an hour, wait and scrub the bathtub vigorously.
  • Rinse the fiberglass bathtub with the help of cold water and wipe away the excess water with the help of a paper towel.
  • Now you can use a magic eraser to wipe away all the stains and dirt once again.

To give your fiberglass bathtub the shine and appearance of a new bathtub, use a good grade rubbing wax that is made especially for fiberglass. Here is what you need to do:

  • Take a good grade auto wax and an orbital buffer.
  • Apply the rubbing wax and work your magic in small sections.
  • Don’t apply the mixture for long on one area as it can burn the fiberglass.
  • Buff the rubbing wax with the help of a terry cloth and complete the process with the help of auto wax.
  • Rinse with cold water to harden and allow the shine to stay for longer.

Enameled Cast Iron Bathtub

tub_castironAn enameled cast iron bathtub is an extremely durable and heavy bathtub, which is made up of enameled cast iron. It is made up of molded iron and is coated with enamel. It is more expensive when compared to the other kinds of bathtubs but this makes them all the more durable and long lasting.

The thick enamel cover makes it resistant to chipping and scratching and helps you maintain the look for years to come. However, avoid using harmful chemicals on an enameled cast iron bathtub, and use baking soda and water to keep it new for years to come.

Cleaning tips:

Handle an enameled cast iron with caution as you can end up discoloring it with the use of harmful chemicals. For daily cleaning, it is highly recommended to use baking soda with warm water. All you need to do is:

  • Make a paste out of baking soda and warm water and apply it on the stains
  • Let the paste sit there for around 30 minutes
  • Use a cleaning towel to scrub the scrum and filth
  • Rinse with warm water.

However, if your bathtub has some tough stains, follow the following steps:

  • Mix a teaspoon of trisodium phosphate cleaner (TSP) with hot water.
  • Apply the solution on the stain with gentle rubbing using a sponge and rinse well.

Bathtubs Made of Cast Polymers (Like Cultured Marble, Granite or Onyx)

tub_polymersThese are special engineered natural stone or solid surface materials that are molded together with minerals, polymeric materials, and resins to form a solid surface, and are usually finished off with a gel cast finish.

Proper care should be taken while cleaning cast polymer bathtubs as even the slightest scratches can destroy the shine of the bathtub. It is thus highly recommended to avoid using abrasive scrubs and chemicals on it.

Cleaning tips:

It is important to adopt proper steps while cleaning a cast polymer as even the slightest scratches would be easily visible. It is highly recommended to avoid using abrasive cleaners and scratchy sponges. Follow the following steps to stay safe:

  • Use a mild detergent or a mild soap for cleaning.
  • In order to remove soap scrums, mix vinegar and water in equal amounts and spray on the affected area.
  • Wipe the area with a soft cloth.

Things To Avoid When Cleaning Your Bathtub

By avoiding some of these common and silly mistake and errors that people often do, you can make sure that your bathtub shines and keeps shining for a longer duration.

  • Don’t leave your soap or shampoo bottles on the bathroom or bathtub floor as this can cause more stains and marks to emerge. The acids in these products make the bathtub easier to crack and for the bacteria to grow.
  • Never use any abrasive scrub pads, hard tools, or steel wool to rub or scrub the surface of the bathtub. This can cause the bathtub to crack and start showing marks and scratches.
  • Stay away from products that are too hard for the bathtub. Stay away from paint thinners as they have the same effect of an abrasive scrub pad or steel wool on the bathtub.
  • Don’t work with chemicals without any form of ventilation. The ventilation can be in the form of a window or an exhaust fan. Working in enclosed situations with these chemicals can cause fumes that can be harmful to the lungs and the skin of the user.
  • Don’t have all your hopes on one product. Use the products that are most suited for the area and the work.
  • It is important to let the disinfectant sit on the surface of the bathtub for at least 5 minutes.
  • Don’t just clean the dirty area. Many of us think that it is enough to clean the dirt and stain from the visible area or in the areas that have the stain. Nothing could be further from the truth. Clean the whole bathtub and bathroom for a clean and germ-free environment. Clean the sides, hidden areas, inside the structure and all around to make sure that your bathtub is free of any stains and bacteria.
  • Trim your shower curtain to match your bathtub. When the shower liner hits the bathtub, the area is too wide and can act as an easy breeding ground for mold and mildew.

View the full bathtub cleaning guide at TheHandyNest.com.

This post originally appeared at TheHandyNest.com. Reprinted with permissions. Copyright 2017.

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$204,900 :: 1871 FAIR OAK, Rochester Hills MI, 48309

4 beds, 3 baths
Home size: 2,318 sq ft
Lot Size: 0 sq ft
Added: 06/25/17, Last Updated: 06/25/17
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 677416
Community: Rochester Hills (63151)
Status: Sold

Listed with Real Estate One-Roch


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$204,900 :: 1871 FAIR OAK, Rochester Hills MI, 48309

4 beds, 3 baths
Home size: 2,318 sq ft
Lot Size: 0 sq ft
Added: 06/25/17, Last Updated: 06/25/17
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 677416
Community: Rochester Hills (63151)
Status: Sold

Listed with Real Estate One-Roch


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$459,899 :: 2453 Winding Brook Court #50, Rochester Hills MI, 48309

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3 beds, 0 baths
Home size: 2,958 sq ft
Lot Size: 0 sq ft
Added: 06/24/17, Last Updated: 06/24/17
Property Type: Condo/Townhouse/Co-Op
MLS Number: 217053786
Community: Rochester Hills
Tract: THE SANCTUARY IN THE HILLS CON
Status: Active

THIS LG (2,958 SQ FT) “CUSTOM” 3 BDRM BRK COLONIAL CONDO WITH 2 STORY FOYER, LIBRARY/STUDY (W/BOOK SHELVES), 1ST FLR LAUNDRY, BASEMENT (WITH AN ADDITIONAL 1,583 SQ FT & EGRESS WINDOW), BRK PAVER PATIO, COVERED PORCH, PRIVATE WOODED BACKYD, PROF LANDSCAPING & 2 CAR SIDE ENTRY GARAGE IS RIGHT OUT OF POTTERY BARN & CRATE & BARREL. AMENITIES: WD FLRS (FOYER, LIVING RM, LIBRARY/STUDY, 1ST FLR 1/2 BATH, BREAKFAST NOOK, KITCHEN & GREAT RM), 9 FT 1ST FLR CEILINGS, LG (11 X 17) “CUSTOM” KITCHEN (W/2 PANTRIES, 6 RECESSED LTS, ACCENT LTS OVER & UNDER CABINETS, ISLAND, GRANITE COUNTERTOPS, DBL STOVES, STOVE TOP, D/W & MICROWAVE), LG BREAKFAST NOOK (10 X 10), LG (14 X 17) MASTER BEDROOM (W/2 WALK-IN CLOSETS, GRANITE COUNTERTOPS, DBL SINKS, JETTED TUB, SHOWER & PRIVATE TOILET AREA), NEWER CARPET & CEILING FANS IN ALL BDRMS, PROGRAMABLE THERMOSTAT, BUILT-IN SPEAKERS, LG (16 X 23) GREAT RM (W/GAS FIREPLACE, HALF CIRCLE WINDOWS & PELLA DOOR WALL TO COVER PORCH) & MUCH, MUCH MORE!

Listed with Keller Williams Rochester


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$198,000 :: 600 CHESHIRE CRT, Rochester Hills MI, 48307

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2 beds, 3 baths
Home size: 1,668 sq ft
Lot Size: 0 sq ft
Added: 05/20/17, Last Updated: 06/23/17
Property Type: Condo/Townhouse/Co-Op
MLS Number: 21298002
Community: Rochester Hills (63151)
Tract: BARCLAY OCCPN 461
Status: Sold

End unit ranch condo with a loft. Entirely new $25K kitchen with high end appliances, including a 2-drawer Fisher Paykal Dishwasher, granite counters and ceramic flooring. New cabinets with under mount sinks and granite counters in master bath and 1/2 bath. New light fixtures and ceiling fan. Fireplace in Great Room. 2nd floor Loft and 2 first floor bedrooms. New paint throughout. Over sized, newly refinished deck with new landscaping stones and shrubs surrounding it. New epoxy flooring and garage door in 2 car attached garage!!!

Listed with Real Living Kee Realty


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$260,000 :: 467 DALTON DR, Rochester Hills MI, 48307

3 beds, 2 baths
Home size: 1,580 sq ft
Lot Size: 9,147 sq ft
Added: 06/22/17, Last Updated: 06/23/17
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 21312272
Community: Rochester Hills (63151)
Tract: HEATHERWOOD VILLAGE NO 1
Status: Active

Welcome Home! This prof landscaped, updated RH Colonial is move-in ready! Flowing floor plan is sure to suit your entertaining needs. Gorgeous updated kit w/extensive amount of espresso cabinetry, granite, porcelain back splash & flooring. Ebony wood flrs, crown mldg & updated lighting adorn liv rm/dining rm areas. Fresh paint t/o. Relax & unwind in generously sized FR w/fireplace, that overlooks the backyard deck/yard. Nicely appointed Master Bdrm w/loads of natural light & spacious walk-in-closet w/organizer. Powder Rm & Full Bath completely updated w/new fixtures/granite/tile/cabinets. All expensive updates have been done for you already! Partially fin bsmt offers an add’l 273sqft of recreation/storage space. All appliances incl. Enjoy relaxing on the cozy front porch or entertain to your heart’s delight on the backyard deck. Family friendly neighborhood is a stone’s throw from parks/trails. Walking/biking distance to plethora of dining/shopping that downtown Rochester has to offer!

Listed with Real Estate One-Rochester


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$275,900 :: 889 FIELDSTONE CRT, Rochester Hills MI, 48309

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4 beds, 2 baths
Home size: 2,456 sq ft
Lot Size: 18,730 sq ft
Added: 04/13/17, Last Updated: 06/22/17
Property Type: Single Family
MLS Number: 21282526
Community: Rochester Hills (63151)
Tract: TIENKEN MANOR ESTATES NO 3
The price of this listing was last reduced on 5/17/2017 by 1%
Status: Sold

Lovely split level located on a quite Cul-De-Sac Premium Lot Circular Drive Rochester Schools Walk to the Elementary School Many Nice Updates Shows very Well If Zillow is not up to date please visit realtordotcom for open house details

Listed with Kelly Esman & Associates


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