Property of the Week: $1.7 Million Lakefront Home

It has a gourmet kitchen, basement bar and backs onto the water.



 

Where it is

38 Waters Edge Dr. in Heritage Pointe

The location

Located in the new community of Artesia at Heritage Pointe, 38 Waters Edge Drive backs onto one of three water features that are part of the development's rainwater and irrigation management systems. The Heritage Pointe golf course is also nearby. 

What to love

This spacious four bedroom is more than 3,400 square feet, not including a fully-finished basement. It has a gourmet kitchen, elegant living room, large upstairs bonus room and a bar and entertainment room in the basement. The large backyard backs onto the water.

What to consider

38 is right on the water, but the water feature is not designed for swimming. Instead, it provides the irrigation and rainwater management systems for the community.

The stats

3,431 square feet plus a finished walkout basement
4 bedrooms
4 bathrooms
Gourmet kitchen
Basement bar
Waterfront
Three-car garage

Listed for $1,699,999 with Lamb Gogol Real Estate.

 

Photography by Brent Taylor at bt Photo Real Estate Services.

There's a large living room with a fireplace on the main floor.

 

Photography by Brent Taylor at bt Photo Real Estate Services.

The gourmet kitchen has stainless steel appliances including a gas range and a large island for dining.

 

Photography by Brent Taylor at bt Photo Real Estate Services.

The master bedroom has a walk-in closet and views of the water.

 

Photography by Brent Taylor at bt Photo Real Estate Services.

The master ensuite has a floating soaker tub.

 

Photography by Brent Taylor at bt Photo Real Estate Services.

The basement has a built-in bar.

 

It has a large back deck with water views.

 

Photography by Brent Taylor at bt Photo Real Estate Services.

It is one of only a handful of homes on the water.

 

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