This is a must see…This beautiful custom built colonial is situated on a quaint country road.The grounds are just beautiful with perennials & a gorgeous gunite pool.It is an entertainers dream, from the moment you walk through the door of this meticulously maintained home you will fall in-love.The property features a nice open floor plan for todays family.Large sunken sitting area with Harwood floors & fireplace open to the large living area.Step up to the open bright custom kitchen with center island,stainless steel appliances,corian counter tops,cathedral ceilings & skylights.Dining room w/ wainscoting & hardwood floors.Sliders lead to a large beautiful deck. 2nd level has a large master suite w/large master bath with double sinks,corner Jacuzzi tub,&large steam shower.Two additional bedrooms are attached by full bath. Finished basement has a bar, game room&exercise room with epoxy finished floors.The property was renovated/additions in 2004/2005 including new roof. Welcome home!

This is a Contemporary style home and features 7 total rooms, 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 3 bedrooms, 1.84 Acres, and is currently available for $460,000.

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Plants bring life to all living spaces. If you don’t have a green thumb you may have had bad luck with a plant or two. Here are some healthy, hard-to-kill, houseplants that thrive in spite of you:

Sempervivum: This succulent known as Hen & Chicks loves a sunny window, but requires little attention. They need to be watered regularly during the spring and summer, but only once a month the rest of the year.

Dracaena marginata: Commonly known as Dragon Tree, requires watering before the soil dries out completely,however, avoid the pot sitting in excess water. Ideally, this plant thrives in relatively bright light.

Sansevieria: This plant, also known as Mother-in-Law’s tongue is an indestructible houseplant. It enjoys bright light and prefers the soil to dry out before watering.

Ficus: The tree variety is also known as Rubber Plant, and the trailing variety is commonly called Creeping Fig. These plants like humidity and bright light. Water and mist regularly throughout the summer, reduce water during the winter. Ficus appreciate being move outside during the summer, be sure to avoid direct sunlight.

Chamaedorea: Known as Parlor Palm, has been used as an indoor plant successfully for years because of it tolerance of lower light levels and drier air. This palm prefers bright, filtered sunlight, with a northern exposure. Even moisture is ideal, however err on the side of slightly too dry rather than over watering.

Always check with your pediatrician and veterinarian before introducing a new plant into your home as many can be toxic.

 

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