Real Estate

Turpin Realtors | 10 Canterbury Way, Morris Twp

Posted January 20, 2020 By Harrington Riley Group

Listing Stats

Rich green lawns, colorful shrubbery and tall shade trees perfectly frame this handsome Colonial. Located on a quiet tree-lined street, the appeal found on the outside flows effortlessly into the interior. Combining elegance and warmth, this four bedroom home has spacious rooms enhanced by architectural features and richly-toned hardwood floors.

A covered entry opens to the welcoming foyer. Main gathering areas spanning from the foyer include the living room featuring natural light cascading through tall windows and the elegant dining room designed with traditional moldings.

Form and function combine in a stylish granite kitchen offering a wealth of cabinetry, a tumbled marble backsplash, professional-grade appliances and a center island illuminated by pendant lighting. The breakfast area has a sliding glass door to the patio and rear yard. Open to the kitchen, the family room, with a fireplace flanked by built-ins, is an ideal spot for casual entertaining and everyday living.

The second floor presents four bedrooms including the master suite with a lavish bath and a spacious walk-in closet. Another full bath serves the secondary bedrooms. The beautifully finished lower level provides additional living areas including a recreation room with built-ins, and abundant multi-functional space.

Wonderfully complemented by fabulous outdoor space, the centerpiece is the impressive patio with a dry bar, fireplace and beautiful wooded views, offering an inviting venue for relaxing or outdoor entertaining.

Situated in the desirable Wheatsheaf neighborhood, only moments from everything vibrate downtown Morristown has to offer, including Midtown Direct service, this home is an outstanding combination of character-filled living spaces and remarkable amenities.

For more information Contact Kristin Harrington 973.699.1885 or Shannon Riley 201.787.9683

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