A distinguished enclave of townhomes adjacent to the Morton Arboretum. This former model townhome won the 2004 Gold Key for architectural design. As an end unit, this home has no immediate neighbors. The oversized side yard can be expanded on or maintained for privacy. The signature of the home is the use of authentic stone and the stone entry turret. The 3 bedroom plan has two master suites and a third bedroom that can be utilized as a home office or guest bedroom. One of the master suites has its own private library and oversized walk-in closet, the other suite boasts a southern exposure and oversized soaker tub. The contemporary open plan is perfect for entertaining. No expense was spared on the interior finishes. The first floor is French fossilized St. Croix limestone. The 2pc crown molding is warm honey complementing the panel-backed archway and stair back. The stair balustrade is wrought iron alternating twists and baskets. The kitchen has a serving island with Egyptian gold granite countertops, an eating nook, and a view of the fireplace, hearth, and mantel. The kitchen also has all stainless steel appliances and a rear door out to a large colored and stamped concrete patio. The first floor also has a discreet powder room, convenient laundry room, and access to the two-car garage. Mechanical systems include two furnaces, central air, high-efficiency water heater, 200 amp service panel, and alarm system. The lower level is finished with a billiard room, media area, bar, powder room, exercise area, and generous storage. Exeter is a maintenance-free subdivision where all lawn maintenance and snow removal are the responsibility of the HOA. Much of the furniture & artwork may be purchased through a Bill of Sale.