It's fun, isn't it? The curb appeal with its dark-hued cedar wood siding and pop of yellow front door. A two-tiered, deep-red covered deck/lanai combo. And that dreamy little sitting box window, off to the side.
Almost as if, at some point, a late-century American split level ran off to elope with a Norwegian cottage that had scarcely ventured outside the fjords. If that's the case, the honeymoon in Rotterdam was probably one to remember ;)
Anyway, that's one possible origin story of how 3524 Tarragon Drive came to be. It moved to Atlanta, and it's all grown up now. Tradition in spades, and with those strong bones — the big-ticket items, roof, HVAC, etc., have plenty of life left. No surprises there; turnkey and ready for your personal touches.
That's because 3524 is a no-surprises place. Except, it is. Unique and sometimes gregarious charm aside, it likes to keep to itself. Tarragon Drive is not a bustling street — one of those nooks where the neighbors look out for each other. Still, close enough to main thoroughfares to provide all the convenience of modern living. Kroger and Publix shopping plazas are just 5 minutes away and enjoy easy access to the city via I20 in just 20 minutes.
Inside, the four bedrooms (and three full baths) lend modularity — the downstairs bedroom is begging to be an out-of-the-bustle home office. Also, downstairs is a separate family area replete with a stone fireplace perfect for weekend movie nights, and accessible from the two-car garage.
And, saving the best for last: upstairs. A vaulted living room (with the sitting area) separated only a quick jaunt away, up the stairs, from the yacht-like kitchen and family-friendly dining area. The other three beds, and the two adjacent baths, round out the +/-2,000 square foot floor plan.
And, outside, so many trees. You'd hardly even know it's there unless you knew where to look—priced to bring immediate attention.