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TURPIN REALTORS | 19 Silverbrook Rd, Harding Twp

Posted October 16, 2019 By David Forgione

Listing Stats

Nestled on a private tree-lined cul de sac on three-plus landscaped acres in the heart of Harding Township, this classic custom brick Colonial is just minutes from Midtown Direct trains to New York City and the vibrant downtowns of Madison and Morristown for shopping and restaurants. A soaring entry foyer leads to an open floor plan of five bedrooms and five-and-one-half baths.   Special occasions are memorable in spacious, sun-filled dining and living rooms. Recently updated, the magnificent eat-in kitchen overlooks a wraparound deck and serene views. Two massive great rooms bookend the first floor; one serves as a fireside family room and the other as a majestic office featuring an expansive stone fireplace and vaulted ceilings. A first floor bedroom, one full bath, a powder room and a laundry room complete the first floor. 

Upstairs, four oversized bedrooms and three baths include the master bedroom, private master bath and roomy walk- in closets. A partially finished basement features an inviting pub room with wet bar, creating a relaxing retreat and lively entertainment center. The three-car garage presents numerous storage options.

For more information contact David 917.825.8983

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