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20 SE Waddell Way

  • Price $299,999
  • Bedrooms4
  • Baths2 ½
  • Garage3
  • Style2 story
  • Sq.Ft.1,743
  • FloorplanPalmer
New Home for sale in 20 SE  Waddell Way, Glynn Village - Waukee
  • Color Plus Hardi Siding!
  • Covered deck!
  • Potential for another living room, 5th bedroom and 4th bath in unfinished lower level!
  • One block from the second community pool!
  • Glynn Village features acres upon acres of open prairie, trails, 2 pools and a playground!
  • Slate Stained cabinets and White granite in the kitchen!
  • $1750 in Closing Costs and 0% Origination Fees with Preferred Lender!

Hubbell Homes Palmer 2 story plan. 1,743 sq. ft. with 4 beds and 2.5 baths. The kitchen has a great layout with a center island for prep work and dining. Dark maple cabinets will be featured throughout with white granite in the kitchen and master. There is a mudroom off of the garage with a coat closet and coat rack/bench. Spacious living room that overlooks the prairie with stone corner fireplace. The private master suite has a double vanity, tile shower and a large walk in closet. Roomy back yard with space to roam! Located in Glynn Village, with two pools, clubhouse, playground, and vast prairie areas. Don’t forget to ask about preferred lender opportunities!

  • 20 SE  Waddell Way Floorplan

Sales Team

Selling Agent Bryan Schwartz
  • Bryan Schwartz
  • Iowa Realty
  • (515) 974-7604

Glynn Village

Hubbell Realty Company’s largest Conservation Community, Glynn Village, offers acres of open public space. Located in the thriving community of Waukee, Glynn Village provides unprecedented lifestyle advantages that feature open green space, walking/biking trails, play areas and a community clubhouse and two pools. Glynn Village is near great amenities such as the Waukee library, high school and YMCA. Your new Waukee home awaits you in Glynn Village!

Glynn Village is a Conservation Community, taking into account environmental principals and green spaces. Conservation living designs protect natural features such as woodlands and stream buffers. To protect these areas, impervious surfaces such as streets and driveways are reduced and a more natural stormwater management system is used. A Conservation Community provides approximately seven times the amount of public, open space than what is found in a typical development. These areas are planted with native flowers and grasses that provide aesthetic value, adequate stormwater conveyance, distribution of water flow and natural filtration of pollutants.

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