You’ll be impressed with 7132 Capulin Crest in The Park at Westlake.
A Parade Of Homes Gold Winner, The “Lillypad” is a 4-bedroom, 3-full bath and 2-1/2 bath home built by L and L of Raleigh, Inc.
Gleaming hardwoods greet you in the foyer and continue thru the living room, dining room, family room, staircase and upstairs hallway.
The property offers a transitional floor plan that delivers a striking living room with a coffered ceiling, an impressive dining room with a tray ceiling and an inviting family room with a fireplace with gas logs flanked by built-in bookcases.
The master suite is huge with his-and-her walk-in closets and a master spa. All of the secondary bedrooms are also spacious and each has a walk-in closet with wood closet systems and brand new carpeting in all bedrooms.
The gourmet kitchen has tile floors, granite countertops, stainless and a good size pantry.
First floor guest en-suite is perfect for visiting parents or friends.
Great storage with both a walk-in and walk-up attic.
Arches, detailed woodwork and ceilings thru home.
For additional images please check out the property website: 7132 Capulin Crest and for more information about the neighborhood please visit The Park at Westlake.
My Current Featured Neighborhood is the Inman Park Community.
Inman Park is a planned community of 156 single-family custom homes, 96 townhomes in an area called The Enclave.
The Inman Park Community Association exists primarily to maintain a swimming pool and cabana, street lighting, architectural standards, and the landscape on common property. The Enclave Association performs the same duties for the townhomes. The two Associations maintain the swimming pool jointly.
Inman Park is a thriving community located in the Midtown area of Raleigh, near the Crabtree Valley Mall and North Hills shopping and entertainment district. Only a 5 minute drive to Rex Hospital and 20 minute commute from both downtown Raleigh and Research Triangle Park, Inman Park residents enjoy the convenience of close amenities without the hassle of a long commute. The subdivision was developed from 1990-2006 and consists of 252 units including single family dwellings and town homes. There is a community swimming pool and kiddie pool and an access trail to the Capital Area Greenway System.
To learn more about living in Raleigh in general or Inman Park specifically, contact me, Joann Samelko, today.
Please contact me when you’re ready to list your current property in this community. I’ll help you at every stage of the home selling process, starting with helping you determine the true value of your home.
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