Hurry Harpe Development is building your dream home! There's still time to add personal touches & customize this beautiful 2 story Fairfield Model. Located in sought-after Fox Chase subdivision,there's a perfect blend of rural living while being close to all amenities you desire. The Kettle Moraine serves as a gorgeous backdrop for this 2,442 sqft home on a .59 acre lot. Features: 8' main floor ceilings, 4 beds, 2.5 baths, 3 car finished garage, white doors/trim, granite counters, tile & hardwood flooring, Timberlake cabinetry w/dovetail easy close drawers, stunning tiled master shower, built-in cabinetry in laundry & mudroom, concrete drive & walkway! Harpe Development prides itself on building quality energy focused homes. Their standards are most builder's upgrades!
This listing 826 Leeds Drive Eagle, Wi 53119
is a detached single listing
with 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms and approximately 2,442 square feet on a lot of 25,700 sqft (or 0.59 acres). 826 Leeds Drive was built in 2019. 826 Leeds Drive is located in Eagle and in ZIP Code 53119.
It has been listed on our site since 11/15/18.
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