This House in Harrison Is a Family Dream Home

Spanning nearly six acres of land, the 4,200 square-foot home is like living a forever vacation.
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10885 Mockernut Dr., Harrison

From the dramatic staircase when you walk into the home to the two-story living room, this house in Harrison is the ultimate family hideout. The Mockernut Drive home is located on nearly six acres of land and spans more than 4,200 square feet with more than a dozen rooms and spaces throughout.

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On the first floor, the all-white gourmet kitchen contrasts with the hardwood floors laid on both the first and second levels. Quartz countertops, stainless appliances, and black hardware add style to the space while classic shaker cabinets make the kitchen feel timeless. There are plenty of spaces for dining, including the breakfast nook that overlooks the backyard and the eat-in island, which offers space for four.

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The kitchen opens up to the family room, a two-story living space with a fireplace and massive windows that provide natural light. Around the corner, you’ll find another versatile living space, plus a home office with built-in shelving and cabinets that opens up to the rest of the home. Nearby, an area that can be used as a formal living or dining room located in the front of the home and not too far from the kitchen.

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Upstairs, all three bedrooms have hardwood floors, including the primary suite. The bathroom has a double vanity and tub that overlooks the yard, along with a separate shower stall.

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In the basement, you’ll find a fourth bedroom and entertainment space for the whole family to enjoy including a wet bar and exercise room. We’re thinking it’s perfect for weekend movie and game nights or a quiet spot for the kids to do homework.

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Outside is perhaps the best part of the home. A custom-built, covered deck overlooks the woods with ceiling fans and a spot to hang your flatscreen. Add a couple tables and chairs, and you have a space to entertain and host friends to watch the game. Also located on the property, there’s a pond and a lighted pathway to get there. Plus, a firepit, fountain, and shed are located onsite. It really is a vacation in your own backyard!

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