1184 BAY HARBOUR CIRCLE, WASHINGTON TWP.
Condo townhouse enjoys an impressive makeover
Totally redecorated and beautifully staged to bring out all its best features the condominium townhouse at 1184 Bay Harbour Circle is ready to welcome its new owners.
Located in Washington Twp.’s Bay Pointe community, which contains two picturesque ponds and plenty of green space, the property backs up to a 6-acre park.
“(It has) everything one would want – five minutes from the Interstate and Austin Landing, yet the peace and tranquility of a quiet community,” said the current owner, who organized the complete redecorating of the condo during the past three months. “It’s an end unit (and it is positioned) for morning sunshine and upstairs sunsets.”
Plush Karastan carpet in a neutral shade sets an elegant base for complementary wall colors and bamboo hardwood flooring in the dining area.
Earlier improvements include the replacement of skylights, water heater, dishwasher, furnace, heat pump, roof, siding, storm door, patio door, windows – in other words all the important work has been done.
“So there is nothing left to do but move in and enjoy it,” the owner said.
Offering nearly 1,100 square feet of living space, this townhouse is listed for $107,395.
The walkway from the driveway to the front door takes an L-shape between mulched flowerbeds planted with trim shrubs and a dwarf tree.
Ceramic tile covers the floor inside the entry hall, which accesses the guest bath. One step down at the end of the entry, the great room sits under a vaulted ceiling with two skylights. A half-moon window with a custom fanlight shade tops the tall window on the side wall, and sliding glass doors open to the patio and the adjacent green space with a wooded area at its edge.
Tile facing and a white mantel frame the wood-burning fireplace, which sits near a dining area enhanced with new bamboo flooring, a mirrored wall and a decorative contemporary chandelier.
A pass-through opening with a wide bar/counter connects to the compact galley kitchen, which is surrounded by oak cabinets, neutral countertops and ceramic-tile flooring. Appliances include a dishwasher, a built-in microwave oven and a smooth-surface electric range. A new refrigerator was installed recently. At the double sink is a second faucet for a water filtering system. A full pantry is just around the corner. Washer/dryer hookups are installed on the near wall in the attached, one-car garage, which has an electronic opener.
A natural wood railing edges the open staircase to the upper level and continues along the open walkway overlooking the great room. The same plush new carpet installed on the lower level extends throughout the upper level, where walls are painted in “Silver Fox” gray with contrasting areas in a stunning shade of plum.
Two bedrooms are placed at the ends of the walkway flanking the central loft area, a versatile space that would be ideal as an office or a sitting area. The full bath is accessed directly from the main bedroom and from the hall. Ceramic tile covers the walls around the tub and shower as well as the floor.
In the main bedroom, two double wall closets are enclosed with sliding six-panel doors, and the ceiling is centered with a designer paddle fan. Both bedrooms have sliding windows.
“This is a very gently used and cared-for home,” said Tim Hall, broker/owner of RE/MAX Victory.
“It is well insulated. The community driveway was redone. Siding was replaced in 2012 and the roof in 2008.”
A one-year home warranty will convey with the sale of the home.
The Bay Pointe association fee covers trash pickup, water service, landscaping and snow removal.
Directions: Ohio 725 east to right on McEwen Road, right on Bay Harbour Circle
Highlights: About 1,100 sq. ft., 2 bedrooms, 1 full and 1 half baths, loft area, condo townhouse built in 1987, major updates and redecorating, replaced carpet, bamboo-floored dining area, new refrigerator, porch, patio, attached 1-car garage, 1-year home warranty
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Tim Hall Team
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