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3825 Glen Lyon Drive Matthews NC Home For Sale
If you’d love a home on a spacious lot – one of the largest in the neighborhood – and easy access to the highway, but don’t want to sacrifice the perks of a close-knit community, 3825 Glen Lyon Drive is just the place. This charming Matthews home is sits at the end of a cul-de-sac in Drexel Glen, next to Idlewald Road Park, Pine Lake Country Club, and a handful of shopping centers.
Current Listing Price: $245,000
4 Bedrooms & 2 ½ Bathrooms
Located in Matthews, NC (approx. 10 miles from Charlotte)
2,270 sq. ft.
This 2-story, transitional-style home rests on almost ½ acre of land with an expansive backyard for the kids to play or the dogs to get plenty of exercise.
The beautiful front room welcomes you with two half circle window sets and enough room for all of your guests.
The kitchen is highlighted by wooden cabinetry, tile backsplash, and a center island. Enjoy meals in the adjoined breakfast nook or formal dining room overlooking the backyard.
Neighboring the kitchen, the living room is naturally lightened from the outlining windows and features a built-in fireplace.
The highlight of the upstairs master suite: a double-vanity and luxurious bathtub/stand-up shower combo. If you would like to see additional photos and learn more about 3825 Glen Lyon Drive, view the listing here.
Feel free to call us at 704-419-8644 to discuss the features of this home and to schedule a personal showing!
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