You might call this the worlds smallest mansion. And why not with the thick, well groomed, paparazzi screening hedge that runs across the front of the property. Just like you'd expect to find on a true estate. Follow the front walkway past well manicured lawns to an understated front entry. Fine vinyl replica shutters adorn the front windows, giving the home a turn of the century feel (if you stand back and squint). Ok, nothing more outside, so head in and WOW, you weren't expecting that, were you? Rough and rugged laminate flooring with the look of ancient oak planks, hand crafted and expertly installed. But with this floor, you don't have all the hassle of maintaining those fancy oak planks - you just mop and go. Who has the time for more? And try putting that "real" oak in a kitchen - that's a recipe for disaster (and disaster without a lot of seasoning tastes very, very bitter). But your sharp looking, low worry floor flows seamlessly into the brand spanking new kitchen. The faucet is so fancy, the end where water flows becomes a pull out sprayer that allows you to clean small babies or pot bellied pigs (baby pigs only please) right in the sink. Dry them off on the kitchen table that goes perfectly below the window facing the expansive back yard. Once the pig is dry, you're just steps from the huge utility room that allows for efficient laundry work. Imagine a pizza in the microwave and towels in the dryer and you're only steps from either. Which will get done first? Talk about efficiency, the bath is perfectly placed smack dab in the middle of the house so it's equal distance from any point inside. Hundreds of hours of planning and thought went into that design concept (we're pretty sure)! In the bath you will notice hundreds of 4" tiles, all carefully placed in perfect rows to create a water proof surface for the tub/shower - get wet with no worries. A vanity with connected drain whisks dirty water away like magic. There's even a refillable air freshener that's included - not saying you would need it, but just in case. Three bedrooms that can be used for sleeping (obviously), puzzle rooms, small separate family gatherings, or pigpens (less obvious). Big backyard that features more grass, nice shade trees and a cement walkway that runs all the way back to the big off-alley parking area. Fences on both sides of the yard make keeping dogs that only run north and south very easy. This is a neat home in a good location that will probably end up being cheaper than rent, unless you are living with your Mom and Dad and they are very generous. Even so, probably time to move out, so take a look here. They will be very proud of you (and relieved). Roof also replaced and is brand new!