No matter how long you’re in real estate, the opportunity to sell the house across the street doesn’t come up very often. I’ve written more descriptions than I can count & there are always things I would like to say, but well… are just not appropriate for an official listing description.
120 Cherokee Lane is one of those listings that I could talk about forever. It’s on my street & directly across the cul-de-sac.
A street we are so in love with we plan to live here until the day we die.
A street where people buy their dream home.
A street where people not only know their neighbors, but treat them like family.
I have a theory that “lake people” are just better neighbors. Lake people are living their dream and enjoy sharing life with others in the same boat. Pun intended. East Harbour is one of the only neighborhoods on the lake where 100% of the homes are waterfront – which not only means you are surrounded by “lake people” but home values are not impacted by non-waterfront properties.
With the unexpected snow storm & quite a few showings scheduled on the home in the next 24 hours the neighbors came out to help shovel the driveway this morning!
That’s just the kind of neighborhood it is…
120 Cherokee Lane – Morse Lake Waterfront with 150′ of water frontage. Looks out over quiet cove location. Deep channel (8′ – 10′) has been dredged behind this home to allow boating when water levels are low. Main floor master, flat lot and Noblesville Schools make this home a rare find on the lake! The great room will impress you with 2 story ceilings and panoramic view of the lake. 4 bed, 3 1/2 bath with office/den. 2 HUGE attic spaces that could be finished for additional living space (5th/6th bedrooms) or abundant storage! Loft overlooking great room & open floor plan to kitchen – the summer just got a lot more interesting!
Contact Andy to see this home TODAY! Hurry – this Morse Lake gem will be gone before the weather warms up!
Andy Sheets, REALTOR
CENTURY 21 – Scheetz