Real Estate

10 Gloucester Road, Summit NJ: $1,375,000

Posted February 14, 2018 By Lois Schneider Realtor

Listing Stats

Listed by Lois Schneider Realtor: There's space, space and more space in this five-bedroom Colonial charmer, well-located on one of Summit's lovely neighborhoods streets, just blocks to Franklin School.

Generously-sized rooms with windows galore create a warm, welcoming atmosphere that makes for great formal entertaining as well as casual gatherings. Combine these qualities with the versatility and convenience that two first-floor bedrooms provide and you'll want to call this home for years to come.

A large picture window illuminates the gracious dining room, with a gas-log fireplace flanked by glass shelving and built-ins as its focal point. Buyer's option: The dining room also works very well as a living room, while the original living room off the kitchen functions as a dining room. The eat-in kitchen is country-style, comfortable and inviting, with an array of soft cream colored cabinetry, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. A bright breakfast area with wainscoting has sliders that open to a spacious deck overlooking a level yard surrounded by privacy trees and plantings -- perfect for extended dining al fresco. There also is a nearby well-equipped mud room that accesses the deck, with stairs that lead to the two-car attached garage. A fireside family room off the kitchen is the perfect place for leisure activities and relaxation, while a first-floor home office adds versatility. 

Two first-floor bedrooms each enjoy ample closet space and hardwood floors; one is an ensuite bedroom with large frameless shower, which is ideal also as a guest suite. 

A grand second floor hallway with two double custom linen closets introduces three bedrooms, including the master suite. Two generous bedrooms share a Jack and Jill bath with double sink vanity flanked by twin seated vanities, plus separate tub shower and commode. The master bedroom features a sitting area, dressing area and a custom-fitted walk-in closet, while a lovely Atrium-style window hovers above a deep jetted tub in the elegant master bath, with a double vanity and shower. Walk-in attic storage is accessed from the suite.

This special home is a wonderful Summit offering.

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