142 Green Meadow Court

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There’s nothing like calling Potterstone Village in Pittsboro home. A quaint community of 192 homes, this walker-friendly subdivision is comprised of 192 homes, located 20 minutes from Chapel Hill and Cary. Looking for access to a community pool, scenic pond and hiking trails? Look no further than 142 Green Meadow Court, as seen in the Triangle Parade of Homes. Listed for $450,000, this four-bedroom, two and a half-bath home will be seeing “SOLD” signs in its near future. Take the tour and get ready for an afternoon swim in the backyard pool!

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The Inside: Once you finally pull yourself away from the grandiose front porch, enter an even more grandiose foyer, leading to a flex space for a den or office. Or, you can head straight to the dining room, complete with enlarged window views of North Carolina’s greenery. The open floor plan continues to the partially-updated kitchen, complete with a farm sink, new Corian® counters and a new dishwasher. Start your morning with a coffee in the breakfast nook and end the day with an adult beverage in front of the living room fireplace.

Interior detailing includes wainscoting, wood floors and 9-foot ceilings. With 2,213 square feet, there’s room for all of your guests, when they’re not at the pool.

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The Outside: We’ve got a lot of ground to cover here, but first, let’s start with the porch. Any idea why the porch ceiling is blue? The tradition of blue porch ceilings originated in the South and is predominately found in coastal cities. This practice traces back to the Gullah Geechee communities that believed ghosts could not cross water. To repel evil spirits from homes, the blue paint was meant to mimic water. So, no worries, no ghosts here! They probably won’t be able to cross that saltwater swimming pool either.

Outdoor features include a fenced deck around the pool, mature landscaping, a new roof, new water heater and HVAC. You’re also a short walk to the community pool or clubhouse!

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