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House of the Week: Bright and Airy Franklin Park Beauty

Comfortable and cozy with plenty of room to spread out.



1415 Mystic Valley Drive, Sewickley, PA  15143


 

The amount of natural light streaming into this custom-built home in Franklin Park, even on a cloudy day, is impressive. The Palladium windows, the transom windows, the bay window in the living room, the morning room and the 9' ceilings contribute to a light and airy feeling. For a large home, it feels comfortable and cozy.

The master bedroom suite features a lighted, trayed ceiling and a sitting room off to the side for extra space. There is plenty of storage in the walk-in closet. The second of the three remaining bathrooms features a full bath. 

The first-floor office includes a glass front and French doors.

The large finished basement is plenty of room for either a teenager or a mother-in-law suite. It includes is a bedroom with egress for safety, a bathroom, roughed-in plumbing for a kitchen area and a living area separate from the rest of the basement, which is finished and wired for either a game room or exercise area.  Even though it's the ground floor, two windows provide plenty of natural light.

This home, with easy access to major highways and shopping, is located in the North Allegheny School District, 20 minutes from Downtown and just down the street from the Baierl YMCA and Blueberry Hill Park.



 

 

Sales Price:

  • $624,900

Bed/Bath:

  • 4 Bedroom/5 Baths 



 

To schedule a visit:

Susie Holmes
412-367-3200-office
412-721-8691-cellular
susieholmes@northwood.com
www.susieholmes.com

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