Real Estate

11 Pear Street, Summit NJ: $519,000

Posted April 5, 2018 By Lois Schneider Realtor

Listing Stats

Authentic in its charm and tastefully renovated where it counts, this pristine 1910 Colonial is move-in ready, enjoying four floors of finished living space in a great neighborhood location. Instant curb appeal sets the tone, with a rocking chair porch that spans the front of the home to greet the visitor. Oversized windows throughout, wide entries, original refinished hardwood floors and distinctive trims add character to the home's sun-filled rooms.

A spacious entry foyer opens into an inviting living room that flows seamlessly into the formal dining room that overlooks the deep fenced rear yard. The renovated eat-in kitchen is dressed in crisp white cabinetry and appliances, topped with granite and set against a penny tile backsplash. A door to the drive with a one-car garage at its end offers easy access into the kitchen, while a nearby powder room adds convenience. 

Oversized windows with exposure on two sides illuminate the second-floor bedrooms, with period five-paneled doors and hardwood floors in each, including the master bedroom with walk-in closet. A full hall bath with tub shower and deep linen closet has been fully renovated. 

An expansive fourth bedroom, playroom or home office is a delightful surprise, privately set on its own, with neutral wall to wall carpeting and plenty of natural light, adding versatility to the home. 

Additional leisure living is to be enjoyed in the finished lower level recreation room, with wall-to-wall carpeting, natural light, recessed lighting and a nearby laundry/utility room Well situated in a charming neighborhood setting convenient to Jefferson Elementary School, Primary Center, Summit Community Pool, downtown and New York City transportation, great location is the calling card for this Colonial gem.

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