Other than being easy on the eyes, there's a pretty good reason why this newly-constructed four-bedroom was able to land a buyer so quickly. According to HREO, it was listed by not one, not two, not three, not four, not five, not six, but seven agencies in total. With that big of a selling push, it would have been a little shocking if the $1.595M listing was forced to join the pile of unsold properties out here.
As for the home itself, Devlin McNiff's got the best copy, so we'll let them describe the place:
"Brand new home with modern touches and many energy efficient features. First floor has a gracious entrance, dining area, state of the art kitchen, living room with gas fireplace, master bedroom suite, powder room and laundry. There is a screened porch off of the living room. Upstairs is a loft, master bedroom suite, two guest bedrooms and a hall bathroom. The basement is finished. The [one acre] grounds are private with a gunite pool, free standing garage, stone walls, and a deck off of the screened porch."Since it took less than a month for this place to find a buyer, there are quite a few other listings that might benefit from a co-co-co-co-co-co-co-listing strategy. Brokers assemble!