Real Estate

14 Crestwood Lane, Summit NJ: $1,075,000

Posted June 4, 2018 By Lois Schneider Realtor

Listing Stats

Location and lifestyle imagined...Nestled in a coveted Brayton School neighborhood setting just steps to Memorial Field, enjoyable suburban living comes with this pristine Colonial home, surrounded by lush garden beds, privacy plantings, pretty peonies and varietals that run along a fenced verdant side lawn. 

Character and charm abound throughout the home. A large, inviting living room features a woodburning fireplace with a brick surround and built-in bookcases. The formal dining room is spacious, boasting a bowed window with plantation shutters matching those in the living room, and built-in corner china cabinet. Hardwood floors and crown moldings enhance each of these formal rooms. An idyllic screened porch takes in the summer breezes and vistas, perfect for extended outdoor relaxation. An attached two-car garage is an added enhancement. 

Crisp white cabinetry, with granite countertops, set against gleaming quality stainless steel appliances and tile backsplashes in the renovated kitchen will appeal to today's homebuyer. The adjoining den has a wall of custom built-in shelving. A secluded bluestone patio framed with hedgerows and brick knee walls provide a quiet respite, with convenient access from the kitchen. A first-floor master bedroom with wall-to-wall carpeting and two double custom-fitted closets offers easy living, with a tastefully-appointed full hall bath with marble tile accents, oversized walk-in shower and pedestal sink located nearby. Deep hall linen and coat closets offer added storage. 

Two large delightful bedrooms plus a third bedroom/nursery (with closet across the hall) are on the second floor, complete with hall access to extensive attic storage and expansion possibilities, as well as generous hall closets. 

There's extra space for leisure living in the lower level recreation room, finished with painted paneled walls and wall-to-wall carpeting, plus a custom built-in bar area with cabinets and a seated counter for added appeal. Another spacious room is the perfect exercise room, play room or office--buyer's choice. A laundry area with sink and half bath complete this level. 

The spacious fenced yard is private and beautifully landscaped, adding curb appeal. So step into this turnkey home and begin your new lifestyle here.

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