Take your next step in life in this cozy and warm two-bedroom, one-bath home on an oversized corner lot in a safe and quiet west Hancock neighborhood. Upon walking into the living room you’ll immediately feel the plush, recently installed carpeting, notice the modern color scheme with grays, blue, red and green throughout the house, and enjoy the plethora of natural light that comes into each room. The middle room has been used as a playroom or living room in recent years, but could also be a formal dining room. There is a stunning built-in cabinet for storage. The kitchen was remodeled in 2021 with a beautiful butcher block island, new flooring with a classic dark wood look, and kitchen-ready Sherwin-Williams paint that should last for years. The view from the kitchen sink showcases the rolling hills of Michigan’s Copper Country. The bathroom is easy to clean with a full-size tub and an adorable vanity. The stairs and second floor are real hardwood floors throughout. Both bedrooms have sizable closets and plenty of room for a queen size bed and dressers. The smaller room is decorated for a child with Dr. Seuss-inspired striping on the far wall. The sprawling windows of the front room offer plenty of natural light, and the color splash of forest green brings a warm feeling to the room. The basement has full height ceilings, is completely dry and offers plenty of storage space. It has doubled as a workspace many times over the years. The roof was new in 2020. The one-car detached garage has power, a recently installed automatic garage door opener and plenty of space for a vehicle. The current owner utilizes it for parking during the long, but beautiful winter months found in Michigan’s Keweenaw Peninsula. One of the treasures of the house is the beautiful maple tree that is centered in the oversized fenced yard. In 2021 it produced more than 30 gallons of sap, its shade is a welcome addition on hot summer days, and when it’s in full bloom over the summer and into the fall colors its beauty is noticeable from blocks away. The yard also has several established gardens including garlic planted in the fall ready to pop when the snow melts, recently established berry patches (red and golden raspberries produced in the first year and a patch of thimbleberries was also planted), and on the west side of the house you’ll welcome the beauty and scent of a large lilac plant this spring. In addition to parking in the garage, a neighbor has for years helped plow the front of the house leaving plenty of room for visitors most of the winter.
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1204 Cedar St, Hancock, Michigan 49930