Real Estate

TURPIN REALTORS | 141 Glen Alpin Rd, Harding Twp

Posted January 20, 2020 By Whitney Saunders | Wendy Barisonek

Listing Stats

Pride of ownership is evident in a beautifully-maintained five bedroom, three full and one half bath custom Colonial. This classic home has been expanded and updated to accommodate a comfortably elegant lifestyle while retaining the character of its original architecture. 

Well-appointed rooms are filled with natural light from abundant windows; these spaces flow easily from one inviting area to the next. The front-to-back living room anchored by a wood-burning fireplace and the formal dining room are ideal for special occasions. Just off the living room is a parlor with a wet bar. Both the living room and parlor have atrium doors opening to the expansive deck.

An open concept gourmet kitchen and family room are the heart of the home. The kitchen features crisp white cabinets reaching to the ceiling with interesting height variations, professional-grade stainless appliances and a separate breakfast room. In the family room there is access to the deck and level, sunny yard, creating the perfect arrangement for indoor/outdoor living.

The generously-sized first floor guest suite with a private entrance offers flexible uses as a home office, studio or gym. Completing the first floor are a sun room,  mud room and powder room.

Upstairs, a master bedroom is arranged with an updated master bath, sizable closets and a charming balcony overlooking the grounds. Three additional bedrooms with hardwood floors plus another full bath provide personal space for the entire household.

Impressive grounds are spectacular with lush lawns and tall trees providing privacy. The centerpiece of this outdoor oasis is an expansive deck for festive parties and casual enjoyment. Set on over three acres in a convenient Morris County location, a fabulous lifestyle and low Harding taxes are further sought-after amenities.

For more information contact Whitney & Wendy at whitneyandwendy@turpinrealtors.com

 

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