4209 Echo Ho Lane is nestled on a quiet, tree-lined cul-de-sac street off Cherokee Road near the Huguenot Bridge on 0.4 acres in the Southampton neighborhood. This two-story house offers Tutor-style architecture with its stone elevation, porches, dormers, diamond grid pattern windows, and large format Hardi siding, resembling historical daub and wattle. This 5 bedroom/3.5 bath home offers a first floor primary suite with a luxurious bathroom, in-suite laundry room, and dual walk-in closets. An open floor plan gives flexibility with a graceful flow, perfect for entertaining and visual connection! The great room contains a gas fireplace flanked by glass French doors leading to a covered deck. A quiet first floor study is located at the front of the house with full, walk-in closet for extra storage. Upstairs opens into a gracious loft, adding natural light and a flexible space for an array of modern uses. The second floor has four, generously-sized bedrooms, each with walk-in closets. Two jack-and-jill style bathrooms are designed with separate bathing rooms, ideal for sharing with guests or siblings. A large laundry room is centrally located at the top of the stairs near the bedrooms with built-in work area. More storage is offered in the attic through a pulldown ladder. Thoughtful design of furniture placement, function, and built-ins throughout give this home personality and charm.