AUBURN – Sitting well back from the quiet street behind a sweep of professionally landscaped lawn and gardens, here is an immaculate executive home that comes with the added bonus of abutting the 10th hole at Martindale Country Club.

That “green” view can be enjoyed from the home’s two-level deck, which is part of a outdoor haven that also includes a heated pool with spa; a gas fire pit; patios with all the entertaining areas one could want, and a screened porch, too.

The 13-room home’s interior is beautifully bright, thanks in part to lofty ceilings and its abundance of light-enhancing French doors, and every bit as pleasing, with two many amenities to list, and a choice of “favorite room.” The music room, though not the largest, is a delight. The office/library/den could become a formal dining room.

The family room and the living room are back-to-back; the former has a fireplace, and opens to the screened porch.

And then there’s the gourmet’s kitchen, with granite surfaces and stainless appliances including gas range, double ovens and built-in wine fridge, and textured stone backsplashes.

Upstairs, two good-sized bedrooms share one wing, and are served by an updated full bath. On the opposite side of the balcony hall, the master suite enjoys great privacy, and features newer hardwood throughout, a little deck accessed by French doors, a fireplace, and a dressing room as well as a walk-in closet with built-ins. The gorgeous, tiled bath has radiant heat, a bidet enclosure, and an oversized, walk-in shower with a full-body system.

The lower level adds 1,000 square feet of living space (for a total of 4,686) and includes a daylight, walkout (to the pool) family room; the fourth bedroom; and a carpeted, multipurpose bonus room.

The home at 72 Fairway Drive, Auburn, is listed for sale at $475,000 by Tanya Busch of the Maine Real Estate Network (Auburn office). For more information or to arrange a private viewing, please contact Tanya at 212-6161 or at [email protected].

The Friday feature home is produced by the Marketing Department of the Portland Press Herald.

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