Real Estate

3 Watchung Pl, Summit NJ: $825,000

Posted June 4, 2018 By Lois Schneider Realtor

Listing Stats

This charming four bedroom Colonial is located in the highly desirable Memorial Field area. It sits steps from Memorial Field's playgrounds and open fields and around the corner from highly rated Brayton Elementary School. Just a short walk to Midtown Direct trains, the shops and restaurants of downtown Summit, and the Middle School, it would be difficult to find a more convenient location.

Sun-filled rooms with hardwood floors, high ceilings, and deep moldings set the tone. The center entry hall is flanked by a large living room with a fireplace with brick surround and a formal dining room with two walls of windows making it bright and airy. A family room is located nearby with French door access to the rear deck. The spacious eat-in kitchen has oak cabinetry and granite countertops, a pantry, and door to the rear yard. Close by is a powder room. 

The second level offers a master bedroom with an updated, tiled floor master bath and a walk-in frameless glass door shower. There are two additional bedrooms on this level, one with an adjacent room which would make the perfect study for a school-age child or play area for a little one. The hall bath with tub/shower is used by these bedrooms. 

A fourth bedroom is located on the third floor along with a bonus room which could possibly be transformed into a bath, home office, or storage room. 

A carpeted, lower level recreation room with a cozy corner gas fireplace adds casual living space to this special home. There is also a large storage/utility room with a laundry area and walk-out access to the rear yard.

The level, deep backyard is the perfect area for play or outdoor entertaining. There is a two car detached garage and additional driveway space. 

This charmer checks all the boxes.

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