Welcome to a 1900 square foot gem with a terrific floor plan, big Trex deck and YES, it backs to the WOODS!! This could be just the right size home you've been looking for in the sought after community of The Colony at Skippack. Rumor has it that this 81 home location is THE place to be. Come and see why. The gently curved tree lined streets slightly rise and fall as they showcase thoughtfully designed traditional homes that are well placed and accented with lush landscaping. A portion of the homes back up to woods and this is ONE of them! Gleaming hardwood floors and 9 foot ceilings greet as you enter. An optional front office/den/parlor is immediately to the left behind 16 panel glass French doors. The dining room has hardwood floors and a bright box bay window. Travel straight through to the inviting vaulted ceiling great room with windows that view out to a bucolic wooded setting. The kitchen and breakfast room are open to the great room and feature light wood sleek cabinets, solid surface countertops, an island and nice sized pantry. The breakfast room door leads to an expansive Trex deck. The 13 x 13 main bedroom has three closets and two are walk-in. This bedroom also looks out to the woods. Bedroom #2 has access to a full hall bath. The laundry room leads to the 2 car garage and access to the basement steps. The 9 ft. full basement is waiting for finishing possibilities complete w/ Bilco door needed for basement renovations. The A/C and Heater are 2016. To sum it up, this home is not too big, not too small ? just right! If you've been thinking about it, NOW could be the most advantageous time to make your move. The Colony at Skippack includes a gracious colonial style clubhouse, heated pool and bocce court. The community enjoys a varied social menu including bocce, book group, game night, exercise sessions and exciting year round social events. Historic Skippack Village and Palmer Park are both within walking distance. There's much to enjoy and explore in this much loved location where George Washington camped his army before the battle of Germantown.