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House of the Week: Wexford Contemporary

Located in the North Allegheny School District, this modern home has plenty of room both inside and out.



10319 Ridgecrest Point, Wexford, Pa  15090


 

This Wexford home features five bedrooms and 4,400 square feet of living space.
 


 

Visitors are greeted by a two-story entryway; a formal living room and dining room are located on either side.
 


 

The kitchen includes cherry cabinets, granite counter tops and a ceramic tile floor. The center island has a gas cooktop along with stainless steel, top-of-the-line appliances.
 


 

The family room features tall ceilings, a skylight, a wall of windows and an attractive two-sided fireplace. 
 


 

A first-floor den leads to a private, covered deck. Also on the first floor is a laundry, half bath and three-car garage.
 


 

The master bedroom includes a sitting area, peaked ceilings, a large double closet and a master bath with separate sinks, jet tub, shower and a skylight.  
 



 

The second bedroom has it's own sitting room and full bath. The other two bedrooms round off the top floor.
 


 

​The lower level game room is enormous and offers a fifth bedroom and a full bath. There are two separate areas that are finished. One is currently used as a theatre area and the other for gaming with a pool table and more. There also is an additional large storage room.
 


 

The private rear yard has a patio and looks out over a lot filled with mature trees and lush landscape.
 


 

Sales Price:

  • $649,900

Bed/Bath:

  • 5 Bedrooms/4.5 baths 



 

To schedule a visit:

Dave Bryant, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty
412-367-3200 ext 5111 (office)
724-612-0258 (mobile)
davebryant@tprsold.com

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