Get this fantastic vew from a familly room that was totally remodeled in 2004-2005, and includes an a green stone gas-fed fireplace and walkout door to a patio where a grill is right at home.The orginal, and rare these days, wood parquet floor extends from the family room to the front door and dining room. There are two upstars bedrooms, each with a private full bath and large walk in closet. The master bedroom also has a deck attached. A wall mounted 26-inch “Smart TV” stays in the master bathroom where the current owners watched programs ranging from HGTV to North Carolina basketball games. (Our oldest son says Duke clients may have to pay a higher price than the current listing. The family is loyal Carolina fans - having lived in Asheville, N. C. and one of the daughters-inlaw graduated from Roberson High School with current Tar Heel coach Roy Williams.
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4508 Bunker Hill Dr.
If you live in the Quad Cities and are desiring a large condo in a terrific Bettendorf location then this is the one you need to view. Former Sports Illustrated Board Game designer and Stardust (Las Vegas) odds consultant Jim Barnes and his wife, Pat, invite you to tour our former home.It is very close to Trinity Hospital, Cinemark Theatre and plenty of fast food and regular restaurants.
WOW - The View from Family Room to Balcony leading to Upstairs Bedrooms
The first two photos in the left column are the second upstars bedroom and beneath it the connecting bathroom. The first pair in the right column are the dining room and kitchen dinette where my wife and I ate 98% of our meals.Third down (left) is a photo of the dishwasher and stove in the kitchen, a green quartz counter top and stone wall finish with under counter lighting. All counter tops on this level are quartz (more expensive than granite?) Following in the left is a photo showing there is a landing at the end of every seven steps. Another photo reveals the master bedroom with a king size bed and a pair of fairly large night stands. The bedroom, with opening to a deck, is very open (shown in the right column). An adjacent picture on the right displays the size of the living room and under it a link that displays how the living room is connected to the family room with more natural wood parquay flooring.The stretch photo at the bottom of this Gallary is the lower or downstairs level. Not pictured is the grandchlldren play area (good for a 3rd bedroom with bathroom and walk-in closet).This is the area where we had an extremely comfortable setting for a corner television while the remaining half of the space housed our computer desks.This was by far the most relaxing and spacious occupancy the Barnes ever inhabited.