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53053 Champlain St Macomb Twp MI 48042
Split-Level -- Macomb Twp - 3711 Sq Ft - $439,900
Open house Saturday, April 7th from 11am - 1pm - This home is a must see.
Link To all listing information: http://janetandthomas.searchingmichiganhomes.com/property/138-31343906-53053-Champlain-St-Macomb-Twp-MI-48042
Home and area info: https://property.listreports.com/B1wbXd4sG/53053-champlain-st-macomb-mi-48042
Virtual Tour; http://www.virtuallyshow.com/66386
Contact Janet and Thomas at 855-Janet-Tom / 586-200-1972 / www.JanetandTom.com
Craftsman Style Split level in The Meadows at Town Center. This home features: Upgraded elevation, trim, granite, lighting, flooring, etc. Large covered front porch. Ceramic tile in the foyer, kitchen and nook, kitchen with 42” cabinets, large island, granite and stainless steel appliances, 2 story great room with fireplace, Nook area can be formal or casual to accommodate large gatherings, First floor master bedroom with sitting area, Master bath with jetted tub and separate shower, granite, and his and hers closets. Den/flex room, 3 other bedrooms are all oversized with large walk-in closets. Full finished basement with egress window. Spacious laundry room with lots of storage. Covered Patio, with fenced yard. 3 car garage. This community and the architecture of the homes makes it one of the nicest neighborhood in the area. Close to Golf, Macomb Twp. Rec Center, Etc
Janet Hull and Thomas Bush are seasoned Realtors specializing in residential real estate for over 14 years. They joined forces in 2005 and have worked with some of the largest builders in Michigan. To....
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