708 Pamela, West Plains, Missouri, 65775
This home is a “Must See”, located in the much desired Kaywood Estates Subdivision in Howell County. The Contemporary Ranch style home located in the Fairview School District has 4 Bedrooms and 3 baths with updated design and décor that is truly beautiful. During the cold winter months, there’s nothing quite like the sound, the smell, and the warmth of a crackling fireplace. This magnificent stacked stone see-thru fireplace located between the living room and dining area provides an instant focal point and is a decorative element that adds major style (and extra heat) to the space. Adding to the charming style of this rare home is the Large Gourmet Kitchen with the unique copper sink, ample island bar with cooktop, lots of counter space, and 2 pantries. In the dining room there is a very nice bar area with a built in beverage and wine cooler. The master suite is on the main floor and has a completely remodeled bath that is incredible. Upstairs you will find 2 additional bedrooms with bath. The unfinished basement is full of possibilities for extra bedrooms, family room, exercise space, office, storage, or whatever you can imagine. Making this home complete is covered front deck and covered back patio with lots of privacy overlooking a lovely manicured yard that would be great for entertaining or just relaxing with family. Centrally located in the Heart of the Ozarks, this property gives you great access to our area lakes, rivers, and National Forests. Catch some record size bass while boating on the pristine Norfork or Bull Shoals Lakes or leisurely float down the crisp and clean Northfork of the White River, Bryant Creek, or head farther south to the beautiful Buffalo River in Arkansas. This area is known for its breathtaking views in the numerous National Parks such as Mark Twain National Forest or the Grand Gulf Park or enjoy the spectacular Springs and Mills scattered throughout the Ozarks. West Plains offers lots to see and do with all the amenities of a larger town but still maintains that small town feel.
Kim Miller Grennan