Check out the 'Built for a Cure' House in Central Kentucky!

A home recently compeleted in Nicholasville by builder Jeffrey Gale has benefited a well-known charity. Proceeds from the sale of this house will be donated to the Susan G Komen charity in support of finding a cure for breast cancer. Located in the Ash Tree neighborhood near Brannon Crossings, the 2500-square-foot 4 bedroom, 2 bath home is ready for it's new owner! With a list price of $334,900 the “Built for a Cure” house has many desirable amenities. And it didn't last long on the market either as a smart buyer snatched up this pretty in pink gem!  The home features an open floor plan, real hardwood floors, a security system, and a cutting edge sound system both inside and on the back patio. Upscale touches in the kitchen include tiling and back-splashes, granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances. In a nod to the cause, this special house will have small pink ribbons painted on the house shutters.

The home is located just inside Jessamine County at 105 Manitoo Place, off Grey Oak Lane. The Ash Tree neighborhood is a new development that is neighbors to the Pinnacle neighborhood, just to the north in Fayette County.

Residents of Ash Tree enjoy all the conveniences of shopping at Brannon Crossings and have easy access to Nicholasville Road. Fayette Mall is just three miles north on Nicholasville Road and downtown Lexington is less than seven miles away.

The Susan G. Komen foundation is working to end breast cancer in the US and throughout the world by promoting early detection, and supporting research and care that promises a better prognosis and survival rate.

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