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2358 Maple Avenue, Cortlandt
$450,000.00

Set on a commanding hilltop location and surrounded by mature trees, this home has room for everything! Located close by to many area conveniences, this spacious home provides soaring ceilings, expansive windows and rich hardwood floors. The eat in kitchen offers plenty of countertop work area and just the right amount of cabinet space. Directly off the kitchen, sunlight streams through the wall of windows in a formal dining area and a partitioned private study. The master bedroom has its own full bath. On the lower level you will find a generously sized recreational room with warm wood accents. Enjoy backyard BBQ's on the deck that overlooks the pasture like backyard. A short distance away, local residents embrace a vibrant artist scene and trendy restaurants. The Cortlandt Train Station is just 3.9 miles away.

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