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Listed by Brandon Roy and Durward Miller Jr. of Coldwell Banker Old Mill Properties/B
More for your money. The Tri-level design was first introduced in the 50's and became the most popular design in the 60'. Originally chosen for fitting more house on a sloping lot it soon became the #1 suburban homestyle. This was due to its open floorplan with large spaces, separating public and private areas, and clustering bedrooms. It was the choice of younger, larger families ideal for entertaining and accommodating places for everyone to gather or enjoy privacy. At the end of the road with greenery surrounding you, ornamental splashes of mature landscaping, adding beauty and protection. Just a short walk to downtown, Fox Park and all the amenities that culturally cultivated Plymouth has to offer. Check out the oak floors, many recent improvements, and waiting for the value conscious buyer.

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