Florida ID: 3684
7602 Cedar Hurst Court
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- Garage Spaces2
- Approx. Sq. Ft.3,060
From the Double door Entry with New Lamps to the 16" Ceramic tile on the Diagonal in the Spacious Living and Dining rooms both with 10 Ft Ceilings, Picture and Clerestory windows, this is a Home for Gracious Entertaining or Great for Everyday Enjoyment! There is a Guest Lav with a Pedestal Sink and a New toilet adjacent to the Hub of this Spectacular Home, a Newly Completed Gourmet Kitchen with Stunning Maple Cabinets with a medium Cherry stain, Exquisite Bullnose Granite Counter tops and Backsplash, State of the Art Kenmore Elite French Door Refrigerator with icemaker, Ceramic Top Stove, Microwave, Under Counter Mounted Stainless Sink with new Disposal and Faucet, Dishwasher and Expansive Granite Breakfast Bar that opens to the Eating Area and the Tiled Family room with Cathedral Ceilings, Clerestory Window and a Wall of Sliding Glass Doors that opens to the Gorgeous Custom Swimming Pool and Waterfall Whirlpool Spa with a new Propane Heater and New Screening (Cage) that meets the newest codes! There is a convenient Laundry room with Washer, Dryer and Sink that leads to the 2 Car Garage. The New Decorator Tiled Master Suite has Sliding Glass Doors to the Pool, Double closeted Dressing Area and a Sumptuous Bath with 2 Vanities, Roman Tub and Glass Stall Shower. The Separate Bedroom Wing has 2 Generous Sized Bedrooms, Main/Cabana Bath with New Faux Granite Counter with 2 sinks, a built-in tub and shower! Freshly Painted inside-2003, outside-2002, New A/C Handler, H20 tank-2004, Garage Door to code and much more!
Downtown Lake Worth has witnessed a renaissance in its historic buildings, many dating back to the early part of the 20th century.
Lake Worth has long been known as an artist’s colony, which is reflected in its numerous cultural attractions including the studios of Klein Dance, a nationally recognized contemporary dance company; the Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, where cutting-edge video and visual art attract attention from as far away as New York; the Watson B. Duncan Theatre where avant-garde works are produced; and the Lake Worth Playhouse.