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    3455 West Slope: Town Home in Dilworth

    3455 West Slope is a 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath townhome is located in the coveted Dilworth neighborhood.  The home was designed with luxury in mind and has all the finishes you are looking for including large living spaces, an open floor plan, hardwood flooring and a 5-star kitchen.

    Upon entering the home, you will notice it’s bright and open floor plan. Natural lighting makes the living room feel large and airy while gleaming dark hardwood floors and crown molding add a nice contrast to the space.  The dining area and kitchen adjoin the living room creating a great flow for entertaining or everyday living.  Granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and a spacious island are some highlights of the kitchen.

    On the second story of the home, you’ll find the three bedrooms.  The expansive master suite is a true retreat with a large bedroom, tray ceilings, large walk in closet and an en-suite bath with dual sinks, soaking tub and separate shower.  The other two bedrooms are well sized and there is a second full bath on the floor to accommodate both.

    Outside you’ll notice a list of convenient amenities such as a private courtyard, 1-car garage, neighborhood pool, and only minutes away from Park Road Shopping Center.

    For more information on this listing or to setup a private showing, please contact listing agent Ann Rudd.  Click here to see more townhomes for sale in Dilworth.

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    Ann Rudd

    Ann is a 3rd generation real estate professional in her family and has inactive licenses in Maryland and Pennsylvania and is actively licensed in North and South Carolina. Seeing other members of her family help others achieve their home ownership dreams inspired her to become a real estate agent. Helping families is what her job is all about. Whether they are buying a larger home, downsizing, transitioning to a new town or neighborhood, Ann's mission is to make those transitions as smooth as possible.

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