“Calgon, take me away!” That’s what this gorgeous, low-maintenace, updated townhome in the Pierremont will make you say. Sometimes you just look at how much maintenance a fully detached single-family home needs and you cringe. If you’re done with all that mess, then this luxuriously updated townhome is for you.
Just on the market in the Love Field Area, 4237 Tomberra Way is spacious without being overly large, and has great outdoor spaces that are completely low or no maintenance. There’s a mandatory HOA with a $297 fee, which covers the typical things such as landscaping and exterior repairs. (If you need prompt, trustworthy service for interior repairs, check out clublocal.com!) Considering its central location and its bevy of updates (check out the master suite!) I think this 2,830-square-foot townhome is priced at a very fair $450,000. It has three bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths, and plenty of living space for those who need to spread out.
The living room is very well appointed and shows off the beautiful new hardwood floors. The stone fireplace is immaculate, and definitely makes a statement in the room as much as the huge windows and natural light that floods in.
The kitchen is a great size for both entertaining and daily gourmet meals. You get stainless steel appliances fit for a chef, including a gas cooktop and double ovens. The granite counters aren’t the typical hue you’d come to expect, and they really make the sparkling white cabinets pop! I also love the stainless venthood with the spice rack, an overlooked feature that makes cooking so much more convenient.
There’s an excellent breakfast nook, too, that faces a wall of windows looking out onto the grounds. It’s a perfect spot for informal meals or reading the newspaper. If you thought you’d have to sacrifice views and natural light with a townhome, well, this property should prove you wrong!
The master suite is spacious, a real luxury in a townhome! This is what sold me on the property. It’s both huge and cozy at the same time. And the bathroom has a great layout!
You don’t have to sacrifice outdoors space with a townhome, either. This property has a great balcony and a patio with a water feature, too. Because it’s an end unit, you get open space to both the side of the unit and the rear, so you only have a neighbor on one side.
What do you think? Is it priced right? And would you consider buying a townhome over a conventional home?