Real Estate

34 Lewis Ave, Summit NJ: $499,000

Posted April 13, 2018 By Lois Schneider Realtor

Listing Stats

Listed by Lois Schneider Realtor:  The perfect start or downsize. There's so much room to grow in this versatile two-bedroom cottage Colonial, nestled in a neighborhood setting just blocks to shopping, restaurants and Summit High School.

Move-in ready. An open floor plan and easy flow provide the setting for a light-filled fireside living room with picture window, a dining area and kitchen with accent and recessed lighting, updated honey-hued cabinets, granite countertops and newer stainless steel appliances, set on hardwood floors that run through them. A first-floor family room features sliding doors that open the rear deck and level fenced yard with a row of privacy plantings. Two bedrooms and a renovated full hall bath with oversized steam shower and bench on the first floor make this home ideal for easy one-floor living. A two-car attached garage is an unexpected delight!

Make if your own. There’s so much more than meets the eye in this little gem. Step up to an unfinished second-floor attic/bonus room with high ceilings that spans the home and is prime for adding extra living spaces. Or, step down to a spacious unfinished lower level with laundry, commode and shower that offers plenty of options for extra leisure living! 

Attractive extras include central air conditioning, 20 KW natural gas generator, low maintenance composite deck, newer roof, and more.

Step into this turnkey home and make it yours.

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