Real Estate

Classic Summit Colonial on Cul-desac

Posted September 22, 2017 By Lynn Boyer

Listing Stats

Set on a scenic landscaped lot, this appealing Center Hall Colonial residence will surely impress you.  Its classic architectural style is enhanced by a two story addition and boasts an open and flexible  floorplan that is conducive to both entertaining and everyday living. This home exudes pride of ownership which is reflected in its meticulous condition and numerous upgrades. This is truly a house you will want to call "home."The Entry Foyer leads to formal Living and Dining Rooms. The remodeled Kitchen boasts abundant custom cabinetry and granite counters, and features a separate eating area that opens to the Family Room. A Sun Room, Den/Office and Powder Room complete this level.  Upstairs, you will find an expansive Master Bedroom with full Bath, three additional Bedrooms and a hall Bath. The Lower Level includes a Media Room, Recreation Room, laundry area and garage access.The manicured, professionally landscaped grounds are accented with mature trees and perennial and annual plantings. A large wrap-around deck, accessible from both the Family Room and Sun Room, overlooks the private, fenced backyard-the perfect setting for entertaining. The double-wide driveway, recently re-sealed, leads to the 2-car garage. Conveniently located near downtown, Mid-Town Direct train, schools and park.

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