Real Estate

44 Drum Hill Drive, Summit NJ: $1,275,000

Posted January 12, 2018 By Lois Schneider Realtor

Listing Stats

Beautiful grounds with garden beds and an enviable expansive level rear yard with pretty fencing create an idyllic setting for this bright, versatile home that boasts space, space and more space! Thoughtfully updated to maximize comfort, beauty and livability, the home features a full house 20 kw generator, new Pella windows throughout, underground sprinkler system, exterior and interior painted in 2014, renovated full baths, and so much more.

A light-filled two-story foyer with custom skylight steps up to an inviting fireside living room with picture window and a wide entry that offers an easy flow into the sun-lit formal dining room with garden window. A comfortable family room is set beneath a partially vaulted skylit ceiling, adding warmth and cachet to the room, with generous sliding doors that access a large rear deck and picturesque, professionally landscaped yard beyond. The adjoining kitchen and breakfast area enjoy picture-windowed views of the yard as well, enhanced with soft white cabinetry, granite countertops, quality appliances and hardwood floors that also run throughout the main level. A marble-clad hall bath and tub shower serves two bedrooms on the second level, while a third ensuite bedroom with adjoining bath is an optional master suite, if desired. The newly renovated master suite is privately set on its own on the third level. Wall-to-wall carpeting, expansive closet space and master bath with marble-topped double vanity, marble floors and tub shower with marble surround provide a comfortable, quiet respite. A large finished storage space is an added enhancement.

A fifth bedroom and a full bath with tub shower are located on the home’s garden level -- perfect as a guest, nanny or in-law suite -- buyer's choice! There is direct access from the two-car attached garage for added convenience.

The finished lower level recreation room with engineered wood floors is surrounded by walls of custom bookcases for added leisure space, while an office area with work station and built-ins adds versatility. A laundry room is located nearby.

This charming residence offers the space and versatility of use eloquently designed to meet the changing needs of the homeowner over the years--a wonderful place to call home!

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