Real Estate

42 Pine Grove Ave, Summit NJ: $1,295,000

Posted April 7, 2018 By Lois Schneider Realtor

Listing Stats

Listed by Lois Schneider Realtor: A "wow" both inside and out, this outstanding Colonial is a wonderful Summit find, in mint condition with an excellent location. Dressed to the nines with new cedar siding, windows, roof and landscaping, impeccable curb appeal sets the tone.

A newly renovated recreation room/media room, two new baths, a master suite with a private office, two bluestone terraces in a private fenced yard and an oversized two-car attached garage are just some of the elements certain to please the discerning homebuyer.

Spacious rooms, fine architectural detailing and a desirable floor plan define its interior. An inviting fireside living room features French doors that open to a family room with generous property views on three sides and French doors that lead to one of two bluestone terraces, with privacy plantings and stone knee walls that dot the picturesque yard. A formal dining room is framed with raised paneled walls, and a set of French doors to the other bluestone terrace that introduces a world of fabulous summer entertaining.

The kitchen is a harmony of soft cream, granite-topped cabinetry anchored on distinctive checkerboard marble floors. Professional-grade stainless steel appliances include a Viking six-burner with griddle and double ovens, and more. A hallway off the kitchen has direct access to the two-car attached garage and exterior, and has an adjoining powder room with water jet Italian marble tile. 

The second-floor master suite is privately set in a wing of its own, with high vaulted ceilings that hover above the spacious bedroom, with a custom-fitted walk-in closet and plantation-shuttered windows on two sides. Double doors open to a private master office with custom built in desk and cabinetry. The master bath is beautifully finished, featuring an oversized shower. Three additional bedrooms complete this floor; one is an ensuite bedroom with adjoining bath with jetted tub, frameless shower and door also to the hallway. Pull-down hall stairs lead to attic storage. 

A finely finished level comprises a sumptuous recreation room with built-in media center and retractable projection screen, natural light, wall-to-wall carpeting and tasteful grass cloth covered walls. A laundry center and nearby new full bath with frameless shower add convenience.

Attractive enhancements include new front portico, new custom cedar siding, custom exterior lighting, decorative gates to fence yard, new double hung windows, living room fireplace mantel rebuilt and converted to gas and so much more! Well-located in the Franklin Elementary School district, convenient to downtown and New York City trains, this stately home is a must-see!

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