5 Beds | 4 Full Baths
SqFt: 4,105 Sq Ft | Acres: 0.390 Acres
Subdivision: Hunt Club
Executive private gated community in the Hunt Club! Perfect location! The KENSINGTON Plan OPEN CONCEPT! Architectural design. Massive gourmet kitchen! The screened-in patio offers a warm grand wood ceiling, stone fireplace, & built in 36″ grill. A highly sought after area between Hendersonville & Gallatin.The Hunt Club commands desirable schools, an uncongested exit on & off 386 bypass & easy access to shopping, parks & restaurants! Irrigation system! Luxury Living! A perfect 10!
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