This week we’re headed to Fairview because why not? It’s a town. It’s kid-friendly and it’s popping. Today’s listing is a townhome. That’s right a townhome in a quaint little suburb. And guess what else? There’s shopping, entertainment, and dining very nearby. Like, it’s not walkable, but it’s close and that’s good enough for us.
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Okay. Fairview, in case you’re not 100 percent familiar, is just east of Allen and puts you in super close proximity to the Allen Premium Outlets and Watters Creek, which contains a Market Street and all of your dreams basically.
What’s so special about this particular townhome?
It was built in 2009 and listing agent Paula Benton’s description calls it an “upscale single-story townhome located in a no-maintenance, upscale community.” That’s two upscales, people, so obviously this place is the business.
The property is a one-story, which is fabulous and makes running to the kitchen for a snack or back to the kitchen for another snack super easy. Especially when you’re jamming on Netflix. It’s a two-bedroom, two-bathroom patio-style build with an open concept that’s become basically THE sign of the times.
What else, little buds? There’s stunning hardwoods, GRANITE (wheeooowheeooo <–that’s a siren calling out this yay-worthy material) decorative lighting, and a two-car garage.
And that’s not even the best part. Let’s step inside that master bedroom and check out the recessed ceiling, cool gray, spotless carpet and oh my goodness, is that a window seat???? Why yes, yes it is. If you were ever a child (and we’re guessing you were) window seats were IT. Like all you could ever hope for. And if it was secret storage with a hinged lid? All the better, but the window seat alone is what we were after. Before we dash out of this master, let’s take a minute to compliment the slightly darker gray painted in the recessed portion of the ceiling. So classy. LOVE IT.
There’s a sit-down vanity in the master bath and a shiplap accent wall. The wood grain on the cabinets feels really right here and those light fixtures are perfection – a nice blend of modern meets traditional with a touch of farmhouse in case you want to head that way.
It’s an HOA community, which means monthly dues for sure, but that also means that park right across from your front door will be incredibly well maintained, as will the pool, the trails, and the workout facility.
If you’re looking for easy living with a northern ZIP code, head up to 5716 Murray Farm Drive and take a peek. It’s 1,265 square feet and listed for $272,000.