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Two-story Colonial with custom touches for sale in Fallston

A two-story Colonial-style home set on almost 3 wooded acres in Fallston is currently on the market for $620,000.

"This is a stunning home located at 3002 Sheffield Court. in Haddon Hurst, a community of 30 homes all situated on 2- to 3-acre lots," said Maureen O'Shea, the listing co-agent with Long & Foster Real Estate. "[The] welcoming two-story foyer with curved staircase leads to a custom gourmet kitchen handcrafted by Amish craftsmen with granite counters and Viking appliances.

"The homeowners put quality first when renovating this Fallston home. Beautiful Brazilian hardwood floors complement the custom moldings throughout the interior."

O'Shea said the attention to detail and design in the 20-year-old home makes it a pleasure to show.

The home's features include "four spacious bedrooms, two full baths, two half-baths, a finished lower level with walkout and a brand-new custom kitchen that opens to a cozy family room with lots of windows and fireplace." The living space totals more than 3,700 square feet.

Designed with a traditional floor plan, rooms on the first level include a large living room and dining room, a family room with a wood-burning fireplace and a country kitchen. Appliances include a dishwasher, icemaker, microwave, a stainless-steel Viking eight-burner stove and refrigerator. The home also has ceramic-tiled bathrooms, chair railings, crown molding, bay windows, shades and blinds.

The exterior of this brick-and-siding home has a tiered deck, a peaceful fish pond, new walkways and landscaping. Upgraded exterior illumination shows the home off to great advantage.

It is an excellent home for entertaining.

"In Fallston, you feel like you are in the heart of the country but [you have] only a 20- to 25- minute commute to Towson, Hunt Valley and Bel Air, while avoiding the morning rush of highway traffic," O'Shea added.

The specs

Address: 3002 Sheffield Court, Fallston 21047

Listing price: $620,000; taxes: $5,756

Year built: 1993

Listing agent: Maureen O'Shea, SRES, Long & Foster Real Estate, 16 Greenmeadow Dr., Suite 300, Timonium

Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun
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