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Dianne and Harry Greene weren’t planning to move until Dianne stumbled upon her “dream home.”

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The Greene home in the Walton Farms neighborhood in Hephzibah.  MICHAEL HOLAHAN/STAFF
MICHAEL HOLAHAN/STAFF
The Greene home in the Walton Farms neighborhood in Hephzibah.

She said that she fell in love with the home as soon as she approached it from the walkway.

“When I came in the house and saw all the features, it was a must. We needed to get it, even though we had another house,” Dianne said.

The couple and their three children moved into the one-story brick home at Walton Farms subdivision in Hephzibah in October 2011. The 2,500-square-foot home has four bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths. Their previous home was nearby on Deer Chase Lane.

“I like the location, how it’s not on a busy street,” Dianne said about the Walton Farms home.

Both Dianne and Harry’s favorite room in the house is the spacious master bedroom, which was extended an additional eight feet by the builder and has enough space for a seating area. Dianne also loves the home’s great room and the hardwood floors in the common areas.

Other favorite features include the home’s ceiling fans, tray ceilings in the master bedrooms and sliding doors leading to the study and game room.

“I love the cabinets,” Dianne said about the kitchen cabinets.

AT HOME WITH

The Greene family: Dianne (from left), Emmanuel, 15, Jasmine, 10, Monterrio Bright, 18, and Harry

The house: 2,500-square-feet, four bedrooms, 2 ½ baths

AROUND THE BLOCK

The neighborhood: Walton Farms

Location: Off Willis Foreman Road

Schools: Deer Chase Elementary School, Spirit Creek Middle School and Cross Creek High School

Current home listing prices: $150,000 to $280,000

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purplepassion
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purplepassion 07/01/12 - 09:01 am
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The Walton Farms home

Now that I have looked at the rest of the photos, why did you pick the photo of the bedroom, which is glared by sunshine and features a bare look? You took nice photos of entrance, front of house, a couple others. This photo does not look good on the front page of the section at all. I bet this family is not happy

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lynn7044 07/04/12 - 06:23 am
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Walton Farm Home

These homes in that area are very beautiful and the families work very hard to keep there yard well groom. Living in the neighborhood you find many different sizes of home. This is a very caring area, with families working hard to make a safer place for our children.
There are only 2 problems that I have is with the builder. When you come in the back area of Walton Farm how the Crown Builder have stop building brick home or even brick facing. This take away the value of those who move here for that reason. I wish we had sidewalk because these home are very lovely and it would add so much to all the homes.
At night its so quite, it's nice you can sit on your porch and just enjoy. With no loud music or gun fire.We all try to respect one another and that's nice feeling.

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