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No Such Thing as Too Much of a Good Thing

August 25, 2013

mccordsville1Three things that I as a realtor have never heard #1.) This house is too centrally located.  #2.) This house has too much of an open floor plan.  #3.) This home has too much spectacular curb appeal.  Since these are clearly never complaints of potential home-buyers this 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 2,555 square foot brick home fits the mold of the perfect home.  With the gorgeous fireplace providing a focal point in the already majestic great room and the beautiful, yet functional kitchen allowing for even the amateur cook to morph into Rachel Ray, you have the perfect makings of a happy home.  Plus what better way to spend a Saturday morning than mccordsville2eating your french toast  in the cozy breakfast nook and then walking into the sun room to finish your coffee while gazing at the views of the gorgeous waterfall landscaping?

Since we have agreed that there is no such thing as a too much of a good thing when it comes to house hunting, I would also like to add that there is no such thing as too close for comfort.  The location of this McCordsville home is truly ideal.  Residing a mere 1/4th a mile away from Fishers and all that the town has to offer yet still allowing for the more intimate Mt. Vernon school district.  Additionally, this house is only a bit over a mile away from Indy and the convenience that comes from the big city but just outside enough to avoid the hub-bub of the city lights.

So if Fishers is your desired location or if you are aiming more towards the Indianapolis area don’t overlook this hidden gem and all it has to offer.  Set up your tour now before word gets out about this too good to be true home.

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