They liked to stay busy; that was part of the fun. After all they had a business to run, kids to raise, volunteer work to do, and a church that relied on their help. They had kids from school crashing at their place after baseball practice and charity organizations that sometimes used their dining room as a board room. They had dinner parties to throw (perfect for their open concept floor plan) and family movie nights in the finished basement to attend. They had activities at the Y to attend and quick stops at Starbucks on the way. And then they had mornings on the back patio overlooking the pond. Evenings unwinding in the master suite with its beautifully remodeled bathroom. Quiet moments for just the two of them. They were busy, and their villa home helped them spend more time doing the things they loved and less time thinking about yardwork and snow removal and leaf pickup. It was the perfect complement to their lifestyle. Home Details: 4,134 square feet; four bedrooms; three full and one half bath; Westchester Glens (villa); open concept floor plan; wood laminate floors; living room has fireplace; semi-formal dining room; kitchen has stainless steel appliances; master bathroom recently remodeled (2011); finished basement with extra kitchen; four-car garage; located on water; quiet cul-de-sac; concrete patio; low-maintenance villa living; new HVAC/whole home humidifier (2017); new garage furnace (2015); new exterior paint (2015); new roof (2012); Southwest Allen County Schools; villa dues include lawn maintenance (fertilization, repair of irrigation, shrub trimming, and mulching of beds every spring), snow removal over 2", painting of exterior every 7 years, roof repair and maintenance.