Quality Conscious? Then here’s the home you’ve been looking for….a stunning Colonial poised in a fantastic location! Top of the line details, beautiful and open floor plan that’s perfect for entertaining and those large family gatherings! The good taste and superb extras will delight you! Wait unitl you see the amazing Kitchen loaded with custom cabinetry, gas stove,center island,stainless applicances and so much more. The huge, fireplaced Livingroom with tray ceiling has French Doors leading to an expansive deck! Sweet Dreams will be yours in the luxurious Master Suite with vaulted ceilings,double walk-in closets & private bath with jetted tub & double vanity! Two more generous sized bedrooms with large closets on the 2nd floor plus a 16 X 34 Bonus Room that everyone will love! This will be the spot to watch the game in, shoot some pool or extra space for extended family visits! Outside there is plenty of room for gardens & outdoor fun! Two detached outbuildings & a 3 CAR GARAGE

This is a Colonial style home and features 9 total rooms, 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 3 bedrooms, 1.03 Acres, and is currently available for $399,900.

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If you have shady areas in your yard it can be difficult to find the right plants for that shady spot. There are several types of  plants that will thrive in a shady garden.

Here are some plants and shrubs that will flourish in your shady spot:

Leading the pack of shady perennial foliages that come to mind; hostas and heucheras. These two plants are shade-loving, leafy ornamentals. Hostas have large-leaves and come in a wide range of shades, including fragrant and variegated varieties. Heucheras, or coral bells, come in many shades of green and also have many great hues like bronze, red and pink.

Small trees accustomed to growing under larger, spreading trees are a great fit for shady areas in your yard. Persimmon and pawpaws trees even add edible elements to your landscaping. You will also want to consider Paperbark maple, Eastern redbud and the White Fringe tree for the shade.

Ornamental shrubs add a nice addition for shade gardeners. Consider using daphnes, mountain laurels and large and dwarfing rhododendrons.

There are also many perennial flowers that love the shade. Some favorites include Lily-of-the-Valley, Bleeding heart, Astiblle, Columbine and the Crested iris.

You can even plant some edible plants in your shade garden. There are some herbs, especially mint that loves shady spots. Mint will also bring a delicious smell to your garden. Plant the herb in urns or under large trees. Be careful to keep mint separate from other perennials, it spreads quickly and will choke out neighboring plants.  If your garden has some partly shady areas you can also plant lemon balm, bee balm or tarragon.


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