Welcome home! This beauty sits on 6.7 acres in a desirable location just outside Wiggins city limits! Property features a fully stocked pond, RV/boat shed (14×32), completely fenced with gated entrance, tractor barn (32×40), above ground pool, Pavilion and 2 picnic tables, electric dog fence, and a transferable termite contract! This home is only 3 years old with custom Hickory cabinets in the kitchen, stainless steel appliances, laminate wood floors & ceramic tile, open concept for easy entertaining, 10′ ceilings throughout, storage/display area in bedrooms, large master suite with a HUGE walk in closet and custom glazed cabinets, 50 gal garden tub with TV connections.
For an up-close glimpse into life at 440 Big Four Rd, please review the following interview between the Seller and their Amanda & Associates Real Estate Agent, McKinsey Boss Hendry.
Agent: What will you miss about your home?
Seller: “I will miss privacy (even has a remote solar powered gate for that purpose). the pond, my cabinets especially in the kitchen (all the storage and pull out drawers for easy access), the 10 foot ceilings, but most of all my master bathroom….. nice deep tub and custom large window to look out when you unwind for the day and you can even watch tv while in the tub! The acreage to ride four wheelers and a few trails to ride on and completely you can ride around the pond entirely on the dam. My husband will miss the private food plot in the area we left wooded for that purpose to deer hunt. I will also miss the electric under ground fence for my dogs protection.”
Agent: What feature in the home did you love the most?
Seller: “The open floor plan, no wasted space and the 10 foot ceilings, it’s awesome for entertaining!”
Agent: What are the upgrades in building materials used?
Seller: “Upgrades consisted of 2×6 exterior walls, R19 insulation, heat barrier on west wall between brick and outside wall, hidden vent soffit for better ventilation in attic with automatic exhaust fan, 4ply plywood for roof decking, 2×8 ceiling joists with 2×6 rafters, Simpson strong tie structural wall strap anchors were used in all corners of exterior wall, hurricane straps were used on inside and outside of exterior walls, PEX piping used throughout home, pure concrete was used (cement and aggregate) with no additive fillers like ash and calcium, and Foundation was roll packed with a loaded dump truck after every 6” of fill was added for foundation compaction.”