Imagine entertaining family and friends at your very own private lakefront home. This builders custom contemporary is situated on 1 acre of mature grounds and approx. 75 feet of premier lakeside beach.
From the moment you walk through the imported mahogany front door, this property screams elegance.
The inviting foyer leads to a massive 22X16 kitchen equipped with double wall ovens and custom italian cabinetry. If you think the kitchen is impressive, then move the party outdoors onto the 53X14 deck fully equipped with an automatic sun setter retractable awning.
The 3 large bedrooms upstairs include a master suite with private bath and walk in closet.
The 2 other upper level bedrooms share a full bath. Lastly but certainly not least this custom home comes with a finished basement complete with an additional kitchen.
The home is listed at $719,900, which makes it the most expensive home currently for sale in Bristol.
Interested? Contact Eric Marin at Country Manor Realty.
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