Located off Poplar Avenue, the lovely neighborhood of Nottoway is home to 63 custom-quality residences. The gated Germantown community is in close proximity to all East Memphis has to offer. As you enter the neighborhood, you’ll quickly notice the stunning homes and lush landscaping, including two common areas and two lakes. “The exclusive gated neighborhood of Nottoway in West Germantown is ideally located within close proximity to all things Memphis and Germantown,” says Realtor Joshua Spotts with Crye-Leike, Realtors. “Merely blocks from the Poplar Avenue business district and equidistant to the excellent shops of Saddle Creek, not to mention countless restaurants and entertainment venues.” This traditional 5-bed, 4-bath home has striking curb appeal catch your eye. Built in 2005, this newly listed home has impressive features such as hand-milled reclaimed hardwood floors, light-filled rooms, an updated kitchen and room for outdoor living.

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Located in the Nottoway neighborhood,  this is a dream home!

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How could you resist stepping through this majestic door?

“The home has a rustic elegance to it,” Josh says. “The impeccable hardwood floors throughout are noteworthy in that they are reclaimed from an aged structure in Louisiana and have amazing character to them. And the front door light is created with an ever-flickering gas lantern.” The custom iron front doors lead into the grand entry hall, which opens to a formal dining room. A spectacular chandelier hangs from the ceiling, which features a center medallion and is framed by custom crown moulding. “The dining room, located in the center of the home, has a commanding view from its large picture window, the front entry and into the butler’s pantry,” Josh tells us. “The chandelier is stunning at first sight and grows ever more intriguing while gazing at it’s multi-faceted crystals.” Large entryways connect the living spaces on the home’s main floor.

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The warm and welcoming foyer sets the tone for the rest of the home.

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Perfect for family gatherings and entertaining, the formal dining room is spacious and bright.

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We love the large openings that connect the main level living spaces.

Just off of the dining room, you will find the living room, with similarly designed custom millwork, including custom crown moulding and a center medallion. Both the dining and living rooms share stunning reclaimed hardwood floors, and the living room also features a fireplace with custom mantle and built-in shelving. Double doors allow the space to be flooded with natural light and offer views of the back patio. “The living room, while more formal than the keeping room, is beautiful in every aspect,” Josh explains. “The room is comfortable and makes any guest feel right at home.”

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The custom fireplace elevates the living room.

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Set off the dining room, the living room is the perfect place to relax.

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Natural light fills the room, and the doors and windows offer views of the home’s backyard.

The dining room also connects to the gourmet kitchen via the butler’s pantry. A beamed ceiling, granite countertops and custom backsplash add interest to the space, while high-end appliances, including a double oven, gas cooktop, dishwasher, microwave, trash compactor and fridge, provide modern conveniences you’d expect from such a high-end home. The layout makes entertaining easy, with an eat-in counter and attached sitting area, where you’ll find a custom fireplace and built-ins that complement the kitchen’s beamed ceiling. “The keeping room is the most well-used room in the home,” Josh tells us. “A gas burning fireplace, the adjacent chef’s kitchen, large windows, and access to a petite side patio and yard make this one of the best spots for everyone.”

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Make your way from the dining room into the kitchen by way of the butler’s pantry.

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This gourmet kitchen offers the latest in modern convenience.

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The mix of materials makes the space unique in design.

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The kitchen opens into a living area with fireplace.

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The open floor plan makes for easy entertaining, and the warm wood shelves and mantel make the space cozy and welcoming.

The spacious master suite features the bedroom, which overlooks the home’s yard and patio, a lush master bathroom and walk-in closet. The bathroom is an ideal place for relaxation — take full advantage of the tub, double vanities and shower. The neutral palette exudes calm, a welcome feature when drawing a bath!

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The master bedroom is large and bright!

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The master suite features an upscale bathroom with tub and shower.

In addition to the master suite, there is another bedroom on the first floor. Currently being used as an office, this room has a connected bath. The three remaining bedrooms are found on the second floor, each similar size with ensuite bathrooms.

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Currently being used as an office, this room could also double as an additional bedroom.

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The upstairs bedrooms feature custom crown moulding.

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Carpeted floors make this room ideal for a nursery or playroom.

As we enter fall and are treated to cooler weather, we are most excited about the home’s patios and outdoor living space. “The two patios are phenomenal! They each have fountains and are totally secluded with mature landscaping and hedging,” Josh tells us. “The main patio is abundant in size and creates an ambiance of warmth, perfect for cool fall nights.”

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Step outside to enjoy the home’s outdoor living spaces.

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Surrounded by lush trees, the backyard is private and perfect for a fall evening by the fire pit.

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When entertaining, open the doors to allow guests to move freely between the home and patio.

“This home has perfect finishes throughout, which one can easily recognize upon entering the home. My initial visit to the home left me surprised at how well laid out it is, with tons of storage, a three-car garage (and storage room), master bedroom and guest room on the first floor, and quiet outdoor areas with complete privacy,” Josh says.

This home was sold by Joshua Spotts with Crye-Leike, Realtors ® at (901) 361-4211 (cell) or (901) 756-8900 (office), or email [email protected].

This article is sponsored by Joshua Spotts of Crye-Leike, Realtors ®. 

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