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2808 Brandywine Dr. Ann Arbor: Thoughtfully redone MCM

2808 Brandywine Dr. Ann Arbor: Thoughtfully redone MCM
Preview of this beautifully redone MCM Split level in Forestbrooke

Open Sunday Aug. 26, 2pm – 4pm

This mid-century split level has been wonderfully restored, and some new wrinkles have been applied. An easy open floor plan allows for convenience and flow between kitchen, dining, living and entry, and the home boasts many new features:

Completely re-imagined kitchen with new cabinets, brand new stainless steel appliances and range hood that vents to the outside, and new lighting. In addition, the counters are Vermont Danby marble, the same used by Martha Stewart.

Upstairs there are three bedrooms, with refinished hardwood floors and a brand new bathroom that includes ceramic tile floor and bath surround, new vanity and marble counters. 

The main floor includes all new laminate flooring and paint. The basement also has been re-imagined, with a new closet, full glass walkout door, laminate flooring and painted pine board walls. New lighting has been installed throughout the home on all floors.

In addition to the roof are new gutters. The entire home has been repainted inside and out.

Showings start Friday, Aug. 24.

$307,500

3 bedrooms/1.5 baths

One-car garage with new garage door

Ready for showings. 

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Christian

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