Enjoy the Carefree lifestyle of Grouse Hill,Sudbury’s Active Adult Community.This Spacious 2 Bedroom Home Features a First Floor Master Bedroom w/Master Bath,Custom Kitchen with Cherry Cabinets,Granite Countertops,Stainless Steel Appliances that leads to the Sunny Breakfast Nook.This Spacious Home Boasts a Formal Dining Room with Detailed Wainscoting Trim. The Cathedral Living Room provides a warm comforting atmosphere with views of the wooded rear yard and deck! Second floor Guest Bedroom Room/Full Bath and Lofted Family Room.Two car attached garage,Farmer’s Porch,Gas Fired forced Warm Air Heat and Central Air..Emergency on Demand Electrical Generator System! Central Vac.Exceptional value! Great floor plan!,Wonderful location! Close to Shopping,Commuter Routes,Restaurants, Quick closing!.Welcome Home!

This is a Townhouse style home and features 6 total rooms, 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 2 bedrooms, and is currently available for $569,500.

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How long do I plan to live here?
You will need to consider how long you plan to live in your home to determine if it makes financial sense. Consider what changes you might make during that time frame. Will you be starting a family? Will elderly parents need to move in with you? You may need a larger home or need to find a community with better amenities for children, and that will increase the likelihood of you moving.
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