An elegant 4,700 square foot home and accompanying five acres of land are for sale on the outskirts of Millbrook in the family-friendly Rich Field neighborhood.
The space and privacy are joined by a beautiful backyard deck and relaxing views of the scenery along Kenner Creek. The result is peaceful living in the beautiful Elmore County countryside.
The development of traditional style homes offers an attractive mix of privacy along with community gatherings. The active neighborhood association sponsors picnics and helps provide upkeep for the beloved neighborhood park and playground.
“The Rich Field neighborhood is a welcoming family area with a healthy HOA system that works effectively to maintain the beauty and value of the neighborhood,” Realty Central Realtor Jason Button said. “Neighborhood events around public holidays, picnics, and neighborhood yard sales are coordinated by the HOA and enjoyed by the residents. The neighborhood is well-loved as evidenced by the pride of ownership displayed in the care of the landscapes and homes.”
Rich Field is located just off Deatsville Highway on the south side of Myrick Road. Deatsville USPS mail carriers serve the neighborhood, Button said. Residents enjoy the centrally located park and picnic area, mature trees, and large gently sloping lots.
The golf course and shopping in Millbrook are just five minutes away while the many conveniences of east Prattville can be reached after a 15-minute drive.
The home at 881 Rich Field Drive is for sale for $589,900 and has 4,698 square feet of living space. The design includes four bathrooms and space for at least four bedrooms.
“The home was designed for space, beauty, comfort, and a large family, and for entertaining friends,” Button said. “The main feature is the large kitchen area with an oversized central work island as well as the very large bonus room over the garages.”
The home has about 7,000 square feet under the roof, Button said, with about 4,700 square feet heated and cooled.
“The four garages offer plenty of parking, workspace and storage, in addition to the unfinished basement storage area,” Button said.
The home was built in 2005 and is unique in Rich Field.
“The home is the largest home in the neighborhood built on two lots combined into one parcel and includes two adjacent parcels that offer a great deal of privacy and enjoyment of the wooded areas and creek on the back border of the property,” Button said.
Inside the home, the quality of craftsmanship can be seen in the many fine details. Features include tasteful millwork, custom built-in cabinetry with antique stained glass window doors, a matching antique stained glass window in the main bathroom, ornate ceiling medallions above beautiful chandelier lighting fixtures, and Roman columns.
An extra-large kitchen was designed to provide beauty and ample space for preparing large meals for family and friends. A massive work island includes breakfast bar seating and storage underneath.
Granite countertops, a large sink, plenty of storage, quality appliances, and a spacious walk-in pantry all will please the cook.
A large screened in deck/porch is located off the great room. A large bonus room, which would be an ideal playroom, is located above the garages.
Outside, the lower level den flows out into a covered porch and a large open deck overlooking Kenner Creek.
Parking is abundant with a front semi-circular drive, a parking pad outside of the four rear garages, and a concrete drive leading down to the lower section of the lot.
Breaking It Down
* Spacious homes, yards
* Neighborhood playground, park
* Rural living
* Active homeowners association
* Elmore County schools
By The Numbers
* At least nine homes have been sold in the past year
* The homes were sold in a price range from $189,900 to about $378,000
* At least three homes are for sale
* The homes are priced in a range from $289,900
* Homes for sale measure from 2,128 square feet to 4,698 square feet
* To view properties or to inquire about any future open house dates and times, contact Realty Central Realtor Jason Button at 334-201-8860.
Directions: From downtown Montgomery, drive north on Interstate 65 and take the second Prattville exit. Take a right onto Highway 14. Travel east on Highway 14 and take a left onto Deatsville Highway. Travel north on Deatsville Highway and take a right onto Myrick Road. Take a right onto Rich Field Road to enter the neighborhood.
Source: Realty Central Realtor Jason Button
This article originally appeared on Montgomery Advertiser: Huge home, 5 acres available in Millbrook’s Rich Field