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1095 166th Ave NW in Andover Mn 55304 Home built by the 2015 Reggie Award winning builder Caliber Homes #openhouse

This Caliber Homes Inc. 2015 Reggie Award winning magnificent 4 bedroom, 3 bath 2 story rests in the much sought after city of Andover MN. Open House Thursday thru Sunday 12-6!










Complete with a 3 car garage with carriage doors, there is plenty of room to grow and entertain your guests in style! This award winning two-story home is adorned with beautiful archways, stately pillars, and is perfectly suited for this traditional neighborhood. As you enter this home from the poured concrete front porch, you are greeted by a wide open foyer that is adorned in rich, warm, cocoa colored hardwood floors leading to the office/den accented with the stately pillars and the gourmet kitchen beyond. The hardwood floors are hand scraped Birch from Casa Bella. They are created so that there is no sanding involved and welcome the dings and scratches of daily use as it adds to the character of the dwelling. Designed with space in mind, the gourmet kitchen is equipped with a granite topped center island with breakfast bar seating, a generous corner pantry, and knotty alder custom mission style cabinetry also stained with the warm color of cocoa. The spacious yet cozy great room has an impressive stone fireplace for those chilly Minnesota winter nights where you can relax and enjoy a good book, beverage of your choice, or just rest and rejuvenate! For added convenience in the mud room entry to the home from the 3 car garage, there stands a wall of lockers to store the needs of the day or the tidy storage necessary for the items we use here in the Minnesota seasons. Tiled flooring is installed for easy clean up and every day normal wear and tear. The upper level of this incredible home has 3 ample bedrooms for family or guests. The 4th master bedroom boasts a luxury owners' suite with private ceramic bath, a dual granite topped vanity, and a spacious walk-in closet with organizers already in place. An additional upper level full bath and decked out laundry room add to this home's functional layout and keeps your guests and family in total comfort. The sprawling expanse is complete with gleaming birch flooring, soft, durable carpet and gorgeous ceramic tile throughout. Finish the lower level as the walkout creates usable space with the ease of entertaining. Caliber Homes, “Building to a higher Caliber of Quality & Service.”





  Andover is a safe, growing community in which to live and work that enhances the quality of their resident’s lives through recreational opportunity, quiet neighborhoods, civic involvement, and environmental stewardship. Country Oaks is a newer development subdivision located north of 165th Avenue at the end of Wintergreen St. As an executive neighborhood with more than 64 large lots in the Country Oaks North, most of this area of the development is complete with a play park and near the Andover Schools. The city has more than 400 acres of community and neighborhood parks. Kelsey Round Lake Park is a 136 acre nature area for hiking, skiing, and environmental observation. Other recreational facilities include more than 400 acres of the Anoka County Bunker Hills Regional Park with hiking and biking trails, cross country skiing, golf, and a water park.

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