Spanish Fort is the youngest of the tri-cities on the Eastern Shore with a rich history at the northeastern tip of Mobile Bay. The public schools along the Eastern Shore have always been a major draw and the Spanish Fort schools continued that tradition by quickly establishing dominant academic and athletic traditions. Construction of homes in Timbercreek began in the 90s and continues today, this is not a monobuilder neighborhood. An Earl Stone 27-hole designed golf course works its way through this well maintained mature neighborhood. The two pools and clubhouse facilities add to this walkable neighborhood. Our French Colony inspired home has a recently expanded kitchen that opens into the sun room and brings it more into the home. The upstairs bathroom and downstairs half-bath have been remodeled as well and contain brilliant Vinnova mirrors. The primary bathroom was remodeled shortly after the owners occupied the house. The current owners reinforced the electrical network to allow for two washers and dryers for their active lifestyle. This upgrade created an electrical system that is an integral first step in preparing your home for an electric car. The home sits at the end of the longest cul de sac not on the golf course in Timbercreek. This assures you of the most peaceful street in the neighborhood. We opted for the 3D tour of the home to give you a better idea of the flow of the home. If Timbercreek is part of your next home search, then this home is a must.
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