Welcome home to this perfect ranch on a paved road just outside the village of Dexter. It's perfect sized with three entry level bedrooms and a 4th non-conforming in the finished lower level. Kitchen features white cabinets and oak flooring. Beautiful sandstone floor to ceiling gas fireplace in the family room. Open concept formal dining room looks out to family room. Master suite has Jacuzzi tub en-suite. New deck off the family room leads to wide open country vista's. Multiple daylight windows in finished basement let plenty of sunlight in. Basement also features a small kitchenette with second refrigerator, and large family room for entertaining. There's a second, 2+ car garage on the rear of the property perfect for a workshop or man-cave. Rolling countryside surrounds this great property. Less than five minutes to Dexter, easy access to freeways.
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A city of about 4,000 located eight miles west of Ann Arbor; Dexter is the unofficial gateway to the area's lakes and metroparks. Dexter’s restaurants and pubs are popular gathering points for those who’ve spent the day engaged in outdoor activity. Founded in 1824, Dexter is another of the county’s villages with an agricultural heritage. Although a few farms remain today, most of Dexter’s residents are professionals working in Dexter, Ann Arbor or the greater Detroit area.
Dexter features a thriving village center with a number of appealing shops, as well as a downtown park with a large gazebo that is a favorite spot after a visit to the Dairy Queen across the street. During the summer months, a variety of events occur downtown, highlighted in August by the much-anticipated Dexter Daze, which draws thousands of people from all over the county.
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