Parklike Perrysburg Retreat: Spacious With Classic Charm

. June 4, 2018.
Front of this beautiful home on Duxbury Ln.

Sandwiched between the WW Knight Nature Preserve and the Maumee River, tucked away in a well-kept, quiet residential area, this picturesque single-family home offers fresh air and plenty of room to breathe.

Designed by the owners, this unique, 4683 square-foot home was custom built in 1985. Boasting a spacious yard, an impressive deck, three floors, and a fully-furnished basement, with a bar, entertainment area, game space, and wood accents.

Finished basement with beam ceiling.

Finished basement with beam ceiling.

Unique ceiling and built in booth behind the pool table.

Unique ceiling and built in booth behind the pool table.

Granite countertops and tumbled stone backsplash.

Granite countertops and tumbled stone backsplash.

An open, multi-use room with a full bath and skylights occupies the third floor. An extra-large master suite, a two-room bedroom suite, and two additional bedrooms are on the second floor. Settle into a formal living and dining room with rich wood floors, a spacious eat-in kitchen, and a family room with a fireplace on the first floor.

This wall of windows allows plenty of natural light into the family room!

This wall of windows allows plenty of natural light into the family room!

Doors to deck off eat-in area of kitchen.

Doors to deck off eat-in area of kitchen.

French Doors in the dining room lead to a sunroom and a stone patio, with a gorgeous adjoining wooden deck, and a lush green yard. Offering an open, airy floor plan, and timeless elegance, this striking Perrysburg home is a must-see.

Deck overlooks a private backyard.

Deck overlooks a private backyard.

Currently on the market and located at 29614 Duxbury Lane in Perrysburg. For more details, please contact Billie Bodnar of Sulphur Springs Realty at 419-266-0038 or [email protected].

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