Brick $624K Crofton Home Has 2-Story Foyer, Hardwood Floors

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CROFTON, MD — As one of the biggest homes in the Chapman Farm neighborhood, this four-bedroom house on a cul-de-sac is ready for its next family. The kitchen boasts ceramic tile with granite counters and opens up to a large family room with a woodburning fireplace. The main level has […]

CROFTON, MD — As one of the biggest homes in the Chapman Farm neighborhood, this four-bedroom house on a cul-de-sac is ready for its next family. The kitchen boasts ceramic tile with granite counters and opens up to a large family room with a woodburning fireplace. The main level has a large open two-story foyer and gleaming hardwood floors.

The master suite features cathedral ceilings, a walk-in closet and a large bathroom with a jetted soaking tub and separate shower. The finished walk-out basement has been newly painted has new carpet, a bar and full bathroom. The large deck steps down to the fenced yard and has room for a hammock.

  • Address: 2707 Sabra Ct, Crofton, Maryland
  • Price: $624,900
  • Square Feet: 3752
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3 Full and 1 Half Baths
  • Built: 1992
  • Features: Highly desirable cul de sac lot in Chapman Farm! This brick front home is one of the largest in the neighborhood featuring over 3, 700 finished square feet. The kitchen has ceramic tile and granite counters and opens to a large family room with a wood burning fireplace. The main level has a large open 2 story foyer and hardwood floors. The living room and dining room are good sized and perfect for entertaining. The master suite has cathedral ceilings, walk in closet and large bathroom with jetted soaking tub and separate shower. The finished walk out basement has been freshly painted has new carpet, a bar and full bathroom. The large deck steps down to the fenced yard. New roof (2020), new garage doors (2020) updated HVAC (2012) and hot water heater (2012).Take the 3D Tour:

This listing originally appeared on realtor.com. For more information and photos, click here.

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