Four bedroom, two and a half bath updated home with sun deck and lake.
This two story cedar and stone siding home sits in the coveted neighborhood of Crosswind Landing in Ft. Walton Beach. Seller has maintained pride of ownership with updates like plantation shutters and fresh paint throughout, as well as updated kitchen, baths and flooring.
Downstairs wood laminate flooring extends throughout the living areas, with tile in the kitchen, laundry room and half bath. The modern kitchen features tile backsplash, stainless appliances (that convey), a ceramic cooktop, shiplap accents, granite counters and a walk-in pantry. Bay windows in front of the sink and in the attached dining area provide beautiful natural light. A brick faced fireplace sits between the dining and living room, where you'll find vaulted ceilings and a bar space under the stairs, perfect for cocktails or coffee.
Located downstairs, the main bedroom also features vaulted ceilings, with external french doors with interior blinds leading out to your wooden sun deck overlooking the pond. The ensuite bath has double walk-in closets, a dressing area, and double vanity with marble countertops. A sauna and separate walk-in tiled shower with two shower heads is the perfect way to relax after a long day.
Upstairs two bedrooms have carpeted flooring with wood laminate in the third. A full bath with an oversized granite single vanity is also located on this floor.
Outside, a large elevated wooden deck with built in seating overlooks the neighborhood pond and an in-ground fire pit, perfect for catching a sunrise or sunset, whichever one is your thing.
Located off of Beal Parkway and Racetrack Rd this home is centrally located to the areas largest employers, Eglin Air Force Base and Hurlburt Field, as well as Fort Walton Beach Medical Center. Within a one mile radius you'll find everything you need at Wal-Mart, Lowe's, Kohl's and more. A short drive and you'll be downtown with ample shopping, dining and nightlife options, as well as the bridge to the white sand beaches of Okaloosa Island.