When buying a home, prospective homeowners must consider several factors, including location, curb appeal, craftsmanship, style, layout, interior and exterior features, amenities, and much more. But it’s also important to make sure that the home suits their particular lifestyle. After all, a home is not merely a place to live; it’s the one place where homeowners can truly relax and feel comfortable. And the current homeowners of 760 Cypress Road in Severna Park, who were attracted to the design of their home, definitely found the perfect fit.
“Our home has a new design with a flow that matches our lifestyle,” says the homeowners. “The size of the family room and its spatial relationship with the kitchen make it the most popular space in the entire home. There is a wet bar, a recessed area to house the television above the gas fireplace, and countertop seating, which accommodates many people during gatherings. Like the master bedroom, the guest bedroom is en-suite and offers water views to all of our guests. Most important, it’s a newer home on the water that was—and is—move-in ready.”
Boasting 60 feet of water frontage with a pier on Cypress Creek, this four-bedroom colonial home is an absolute gem. The gourmet kitchen features ample wood cabinetry, granite countertops, and high-end stainless steel appliances. Exquisite detailing, including nine-foot ceilings, crown molding, Palladian windows, hardwood floors, and recessed lighting, create an atmosphere of absolute elegance throughout the home’s interior spaces. And the lovely backyard features beautiful hardscaping with a custom seating area—perfect for entertaining.
“We really enjoy spending time in our home,” says the homeowners. “Three fully finished levels offer a great deal of space. The finished basement is large enough for our family dance parties and movie nights when our extended family of twelve comes to stay with us.”
In addition to owning a beautiful waterfront home that fits their lifestyle, the homeowners live in the community of Manhattan Beach, which also complements and greatly enhances their lifestyle. In fact, they love their community, the wealth of amenities it offers, its close proximity to Baltimore and Washington, D.C., and the opportunity to participate in community-sponsored events.
A vibrant, active community, the epicenter of Manhattan Beach is the newly renovated clubhouse, which hosts community cookouts, recycling events, and small concerts. In addition, the American Legion is located inside the community and offers Sunday brunches, bull roasts, crab feasts, and free rugby matches throughout the year. And the four community beaches provide opportunities to crab, fish, or swim.
And, of course, one of the obvious benefits of owning a waterfront home is easy access to the water.
“We love to take boat rides through the Magothy River to the Chesapeake Bay and cruise in our boat to Kent Island, downtown Baltimore, or downtown Annapolis with our guests,” says the homeowners. “In the late summer, we also go to Ravens’ games by boat. And the community’s proximity to fine dining on the water is exceptional. By boat, we are 15 minutes from The Point, arguably the best cuisine on the water.”
The homeowners are selling their home because they are moving to the Eastern Shore. But they believe that it is perfect for any buyer.
“Our home is designed for how families live now,” says the homeowners. “We have a 1,000-square-foot finished basement, and our living room is open to the kitchen and Trex decking. Our home is also on the water, which is hard to find in Severna Park. The acreage of the property allows homeowners to use the land and explore the shoreline. And the schools in Severna Park, including the brand new state-of-the-art high school, are excellent.”
If you’re interested in learning more about this home or scheduling a showing, please contact the listing agent, David Orso, at 443-691-0838 or email@example.com.