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32 Commonwealth Rd: $649,900

Posted May 21, 2020 By FonHome Realty

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Open concept Colonial home built in 2016 on existing foundation and designed for modern living. Home boasts 5 bdrms, 4 baths, office/mudroom, finished basement & bonus room spread across 4 levels. Backing up to Nomahegan Park, Home features custom trim and woodwork throughout. 1st floor features living room w/coffered ceiling, dining room w/box ceiling, Full bath, EIK with center island, & Family Room with gas fireplace. Enormous Master Suite features tray ceilings, His & Her WIC's, spa like bath with double vanity, custom shower, & Jacuzzi tub. 2nd floor also features a Princess Suite w/full bath and two add'l bedrooms with full bath centered between the two. 3rd floor features a 5th bedroom w/WIC or Bonus Room. Finally, the finished basement offers add'l Rec space & plenty of storage

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