Kermit Brown of Churchill-Brown & Associates Sells Grand Home in the Nichols Hills Area

Posted by Ashley Lacks — August 27, 2015

1440702510EDMOND, OK - Kermit Brown of Churchill-Brown & Associates just closed the sale on a custom home in "Ballastone" on Grand Boulevard, listed for $1,950,000. The Nichols Hill property in Oklahoma City has incredible curb appeal with lush landscaping and manicured lawn.

Walk up to this grand home's tall double entry doors with adjacent pergola and charming outdoor living. Wide plank hardwood floors are on display throughout this property, as well as authentic wood beams, stone accents, and barrel vault ceiling in foyer. There's a formal dining room with butler's pantry, and a chef's kitchen with large island that opens into a breakfast area and family room. Master bedroom has a pass-through fireplace to adjoining study. His and her master bathroom includes an exercise room and safe room. This wonderful home is located in a prestigious Private Gated Community in the Nichols Hills Area.

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About Kermit Brown

Over the past four decades, Kermit Brown has enjoyed phenomenal real estate industry success specializing in luxury home sales and marketing. He is recognized and highly respected for his exceptional market knowledge, personalized service, custom marketing plans and powerful negotiating skills. Hundreds of satisfied clients afford Kermit the position of market leader in Oklahoma City area luxury homes.

 

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