Yesterday I watched with interest as the New England Patriots and Tennessee Titans played football while the sky was falling. I’ve been told the white stuff falling from the sky is called “snow” and happens in many parts of the country as part of a season known as “fall.”
While this was taking place back east, here was the view in Peoria’s Westbrook Village at the same time yesterday while we basked in near-record temperatures:
The closest thing to a concession to the calendar that you’ll find here is the inevitable scalping of the greens and other potions of the golf course before the winter rye grass is planted instead, which explains the tan patches at the front:
Such are the views outside … but that’s not all there is to see for this 2-bedroom, 2-bath Ironwood model casita inside the Lakeside Terrace portion of Westbrook Village.
Why simply sit down to eat in a cookie-cutter eat-in nook of your kitchen when you can relive memories of after-school trips to the local malt shop?
Or entertain your guests in the spacious great room that anchors this nearly 1,300-square-foot floor plan.
Cook dinner …
… or take your coffee on the covered back patio and watch the quail.
This move-in ready casita comes with an attached 2-car garage with an exit from the kitchen (as opposed to the outside exits you often see) and plenty of extra storage for your golf clubs or whatever else makes your winter bright.
For more information or to set up your own personal showing, call or e-mail me and we’ll get you on the calendar.
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