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1734 Henrietta St, Birmingham
Modern prairie design currently under construction. Walking distance to downtown Birmingham in a home like this has never been so affordable. Open floor plan with an abundance of natural light. Angled office detail. Hardwood throughout first floor. Open kitchen overlooks dining and great room. Rear entry mud room with built in cabinets. Second floor laundry. Master suite with luxurious master bath. Soaking tub with huge picture window. Spilt master vanities. Morning bar and extra large walk in closet. Second and third bedroom have walk in closets. This home encompasses everything you need for the perfect Birmingham life. Sleek design, new construction and walkable to town.
- MLS® #219082998
- Full Baths3
- Half Baths1
- Total Sq. Ft3,100
- Year Built2019
- Sub-TypeColonial, Contemporary
- # of Garages2
- GaragesAttached, Direct Access, Door Opener
- ExteriorBrick, Wood
- ConstructionNew Construction
- Listing OfficeKW Domain
- Address1734 Henrietta St
- SubdivisionRESUB OF BRIGHT LAWN SUB
- Zip Code48009
- Interior FeaturesSump Pump
- AppliancesDishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Microwave, Refrigerator, Stove, Washing Machine
- HeatingForced Air
- CoolingCentral Air
- FireplacesGas, Great Room
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