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A Jaw-Dropping Man-Cave
This home features a 1200 square feet finished basement space that makes the perfect man cave, divided into two convenient and spacious halves for all your entertaining needs. The floors are beautifully decorative acid stained concrete with a gloss finish that reflects the light. The area is bright thanks to high efficiency LED lighting. You won’t have to change a light bulb in the basement for the next decade.
One half sports a theater with a 120″ projection screen, ceiling mount and wired surround sound that all runs back into custom Amish built cabinets. Watch movies or play video games on your big screen that covers one entire wall. Quick-connect plugs are installed and will get you up and running right away. You can play in the daytime thanks to black-out blinds and you won’t wake up the entire house thanks to soundproofing insulation installed in the ceiling. The width allows for five adults to sit comfortably at the ideal viewing distance and still leaves plenty of room for a pool table and bar chairs in the back of the room.
The other half of the basement has a wide open area in the front that will allow for a ping pong table, arcades, poker tables or whatever you need. The back section of this area is complete with two Amish built wood desks with extensive wood cabinets and shelving that would make an excellent display area or crafting area for two.
Explore the natural and timeless beauty of stained wood throughout this home. Every door in the home is a 6-panel solid wood door with all but one or two of them stained cherry. There are pocket sliding wood paneled doors separating the living room from the first floor office/fireplace room. The fireplace has an impressive and stately wood mantle with dentil molding to match the majority of the ceilings in the house. Tray ceilings and deep moldings abound throughout the house. and the built-in bookcase in the 1st floor office makes a cozy and warm environment. When you visit other homes, compare the details and see what makes this house stand out.
Massive Master Suite
The master suite starts with a typical, large master bedroom with tray ceiling and fan. The large bathroom with dual sinks and separate shower and jet tub opens into a sizable walk-in closet that opens again to a very large attic storage space. Pass back through the master bedroom into a bonus room that works great as a second media room, exercise room or small office.
The kids will have plenty of room to stretch out with large rooms and a shared 2nd bath with dual sinks. Each room boasts plenty of closet space. In fact, many visitors think the 2nd bedroom is a master when they first see it and all the closets. It’s perfect for the young adult in your family.
This property sits in a quiet part of the Glenmary subdivision far from the golf course and in a cul de sac with friendly neighbors. It backs up to a 6-acre lot that the neighbors across the field have purchased and enhanced considerably in the last year. You won’t find this kind of serenity in most Louisville subdivisions. You also won’t have to worry about looking directly into your neighbors house, or vice versa when you sit out on your back deck with textured, slip-proof coating. Children young and old will enjoy the swingset built with commercial finishes that support even the full-sized adults. There is an adjustable basketball goal for a little hoops as well. The lawn is well maintained and landscaped with solite and tumbled stone edging. There are enough planting locations to keep a constant supply of flowers blooming.
Heating and cooling of large homes normally falls to old fashioned central heating and air. It also frequently fails to do the job when air is passed through poorly insulated attic space through ductwork. This home features a standard unit for the first floor and basement since all the ductwork for this runs through the house and is well insulated. The current owners replaced the upstairs central heating and A/C , however, with high-efficiency ductless mini splits. The ductwork still exists should you ever choose to re-install a standard unit, but once you’ve experienced this new, popular European method of heating and cooling, you’ll never look back. Each unit provides zone heating and A/C by running an outside unit connected to an indoor blower unit. Air is not exchanged from the outside so it only has to cool or heat the air directly inside your home. The only major downside to this technique is the larger upfront cost which has already been paid by the previous owners. You can simply benefit from lower utility bills and more efficient temperature control.
Updates, Updates, Updates
Since purchasing the property in December 2008, the current homeowners have replaced 35 windows with maintenance free, vinyl wrapped windows, replaced the front door and side-lights, the back office 3-wide door, large 75-gallon water heater, children’s swingset and fort, installed a new roof, installed upstairs office flooring, installed solid oak stairwell, Amish built solid oak cabinets, installed new refrigerator, built-in microwave, dishwasher and mini-fridge, basketball goal, had the soffits professionally painted with 15-year duration paint, stripped and refinished the deck, updated the landscaping, installed cabinetry, LED lighting and finished the basement to a very high standard.
What is Left to Do?
There is still room to make this your own home. Carpeting on the first floor could probably be redone, but isn’t necessary. The kitchen could stand to be repainted and you could always install a backsplash or update the countertops to make it your own.
7703 Hall Farm Dr,
Louisville, KY 40291
4 beds 3 baths 4,522 sqft
Price cut: -$14,000 (6/14)
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