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What The Seller Says About 14618 Setters Road
What are features of your home that you've really enjoyed?
I love everything about the home, other than the fact it is not on the water. Since purchasing it, I have become an avid boater, enjoying as much time at the lake as possible. That being said, the fenced-in backyard is huge and it is nice not having another house directly behind mine. It is perfect for pets to roam freely and allows for extending hospitality to large groups. Also, there is extra space between the neighbors on the south side of the property. All of the windows on the west side, facing the backyard, are fantastic, especially in watching the beautiful sunsets of summer and snowfalls in wintertime. The master bedroom, bath (with a garden tub), and closet is gigantic. The bonus room is an outstanding place for corralling my five nephews during their frequent visits. It also looks out to the retention pond, providing nice wildlife scenery.
What can you tell us about your neighborhood?
The neighborhood is extremely quiet and peaceful. People generally keep to themselves and have the space to live their own lives. Still, upon seeing one another during dog walks, neighbors consistently wave and smile.
What do you love about your town?
This location serves as an intersection point for Carmel, Westfield, Fishers, and Noblesville. Access to each of these unique and interesting cities is second to none.
Where do you love to eat?
The Local, Italian House, and anything at Clay Terrace are my staple spots.
Grocery stores and other conveniences?
Walgreen’s has been great in a pinch, though Fresh Thyme is also less than 2 minutes down the road. Having a Wal-Mart, Menards, gas station, and movie theater within 5 minutes way is terrific, too.
What other things do you love or enjoy about the area?
It is centrally located between all the restaurants and shops I’ve grown to love. The house is tucked just off the beaten path, but once you’re out on either 146th or 151st Streets, everything is right at your fingertips.
Anything else? Neighborhood amenities?
The quick walk to the pool is especially convenient and refreshing on a warm, summer day (or night).
What are your average monthly utility costs and with whom?
Duke Energy – $145 (electric)
Citizen’s – $85 (water and sewer)
City of Westfield – $17 (trash)
The annual fee is (approximately) $400.