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Sold August 2021
802 Gail Court
Forest Hill, MD 21050
$500,000
  • 4 beds
  • 4 baths
  • 3,204 Sqft
  • 0.37 acres
  • Built 1991
  • 2 car garage

You won’t believe the size! Uncommon cathedral/high ceilings thru-out first AND second floors! Hardwood floors practically everywhere in excellent condition! Formal living room with 3 big windows, bringing tons of natural light, facing lovely & private cul de sac; expansive formal dining area is entertainer’s dream. Large & cozy family room w/built-in shelves and gas fireplace is open & adjacent to use-friendly kitchen with island, pantry, granite counter-tops, under cabinet lighting, backsplash, and a view to the private, landscaped backyard oasis. All-season sunroom (unaccounted for in tax records’ square footage!) with heat/ac next to family room leads to composite deck AND a brick paved patio and then to expansive, landscaped & private back yard. That’s not it! FULL Owners’ suite also on MAIN level with private, FULL bathroom AND a walk-in closet! There’s more: 1/2 bath for guests and laundry closet and hall to double garage finish off the first floor. Upstairs you will find 3 more very sizable bedrooms: #2 & #3 (both with cathedral ceilings) share a “Jack and Jill” style bathroom with double sink and tub. The other large bedroom – also with high ceilings – has 3 huge windows & walk-in closet. THERE’s ANOTHER FULL bath in the 2nd floor hall! The basement (also unaccounted for in tax records’ sq footage) consists of a nicely sized additional carpeted open room with window that can be another family room/office/play or guest room; there is also a 1/2 bath to make lower level user friendly! The workshop/storage area is just more added convenience and value for this lovely home. Cul de sac location is ideal and the back yard is private, partially fenced, mostly flat and landscaped and has a shed, too! Architectural Roof w/ warranty. HVAC 2016. Home Warranty included! OPEN HOUSE FRIDAY 6-25-21 5-7pm & SATURDAY 6-26-21 11am-1pm

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