Debbie Higgs

523 Sarazen Way Salisbury, NC 28144



3 full, 1 half
Square Feet
4500 - 5300
Single Family
Crescent Grande
Primary BR on Main

Perhaps the best location in the Crescent overlooking the signature hole #8 & pond with amazing Sunsets. Stretch out on 1.25 acres (mostly back yard) clear & well manicured lawn. This home has total of 5 Bedrooms, 3.5 Bathrooms. Master bedroom on main level & full guest living quarters in the basement with full kitchen, dining room, master suite, family room with its own walk out covered patio. Harwood floor, nice molding, maple wood kitchen cabinets, tile backsplash, stainless appliances add to this home. Tennis Courts, Swimming, & Golf. Sidewalks throughout the neighborhood enhance live, work, & play experiences here. Convenient location close to everything. Painting, floor refinishing, new carpeting, updates & repairs stating 5/30/22 lasting 3-4 weeks. * ALL OFFERS CONSIDERED *

Listing Brokerage Name

Wallace Realty Company

Presented By

Debbie Higgs

(704) 277-3541



  • Single Family


  • Traditional
  • 1.5 Story


  • Garage
  • Attached

Year Built

  • 2005


  • 1.25

Square Feet

  • 5,028

List Date

  • Jul 27, 2022


  • $7,131

Basement Rooms

  • Finished


  • Crescent Grande


Middle School

  • Knox

High School

  • Salisbury



  • Yes


  • Carpet
  • Tile
  • Wood

Sewer Type

  • Public

Water Type

  • Public


  • Central Air
  • Heat Pump


  • Forced Air
  • Heat Pump
  • Multiple Systems
  • Electric
  • Natural Gas


  • Attached Microwave Oven
  • Dishwasher
  • Disposal
  • Water Heater: Gas
  • Tankless

Interior Features

  • Built-in Shelves
  • CO Detector
  • Ceiling Fan(s)
  • Dead Bolt(s)
  • Double Sided Fireplace
  • Dryer Connection
  • Garage Door Opener(s)
  • Garden Tub
  • Gas Logs
  • Inlaw Suite
  • Kitchen Island
  • Laundry Room - Main Level
  • Pantry
  • Dryer Connection
  • Laundry Room - Main Level

Room Dimensions Floor

  • Laundry
  • 5ft 6in x 12ft 8in
  • Main
  • Bedroom 5
  • 1ft 16in x 0ft 12in
  • Basement
  • Master Bedroom
  • 20ft 0in x 14ft 3in
  • Main
  • Bedroom 3
  • 12ft 3in x 10ft 9in
  • Upper
  • Recreation Room
  • 19ft 5in x 24ft 2in
  • Basement
  • Entry
  • 13ft 4in x 8ft 7in
  • Main
  • Study
  • 12ft 6in x 10ft 7in
  • Basement
  • Bedroom 4
  • 14ft 6in x 13ft 4in
  • Upper
  • Keeping Room
  • 20ft 3in x 14ft 8in
  • Main
  • Kitchen
  • 13ft 0in x 13ft 0in
  • Main
  • Bedroom 2
  • 10ft 8in x 12ft 1in
  • Upper
  • Dining Room
  • 13ft 4in x 12ft 2in
  • Main
  • Bonus Room
  • 18ft 9in x 11ft 9in
  • Upper
  • Other
  • 20ft 0in x 33ft 0in
  • Basement
  • Workshop
  • -
  • Basement


Exterior Features

  • Garden Space
  • Patio
  • Porch

Exterior Construction

  • Brick

Green Building Features

  • Insulated Windows


  • Basement

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