Listing of the Week: 3634 Turkeyfoot Road

Listing of the Week: 3634 Turkeyfoot Road

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Feel like you're on a permanent vacation in this Floridian-style home in this week's Listing of the Week!

This home truly is unlike any other. It’s a Floridian-style home, designed by Mark Dierkrs, with approximately 11,000-square-feet in the main house and an additional 7,000-square-feet in the pool house. The home is located on 5 private acres in Elsmere, Kentucky, and conveniently located near entertainment, shopping, the hospital, airport, and downtown Cincinnati. 

The home features elegant finishes, well-designed lighting, crown molding, coffered ceilings, three kitchens, custom cabinets, modern bedroom suites, large windows, and so much more. 

There are 5 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms, four bedrooms that are en-suite with full bathrooms and walk-in closets. The master bathroom suite offers heated flooring, jacuzzi tub, arched walk-through equipped shower, double vanities, warming drawer for towels, a hidden TV in the vanity mirror, and a juice and coffee area.

The lower level features a kitchen, huge theater screen, billiards, and ping pong. There’s also a music/band room with a stage and a walk-in secret safe. 

The luxury home has an all-seasons pool that was featured on HGTV’s Cool Pools. Outdoors there are two patio areas, multiple verandas, an entry fountain, a meditation garden, two grilling pre-stations, a custom built fireplace, firepit, a workshop, and a 12-car garage.


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