Real Estate

51 Greenbriar Drive, Summit NJ: $2,200,000

Posted March 27, 2018 By Lois Schneider Realtor

Listing Stats

Listed by Lois Schneider Realtor: Regally poised on one of Summit's prime neighborhood streets, this six-bedroom Colonial home is gracious and spacious! Grand-scale rooms are de rigueur for this home, leaving plenty of options for elegant formal entertaining as well as casual living.

Paneled wainscoting distinguishes the large reception foyer, with a wide entry into an inviting living room illuminated by a bay picture window, enhanced with dentil crown moldings, twin recessed bookcases and a gas-log fireplace with marble surround and traditional mantel. 

The formal dining room flows into the kitchen for ease of service, both with lofty rear views and French doors that open to an elevated deck to create the perfect venue for al fresco dining from either room. 

An abundance of rich cherry custom cabinetry made by Brookhaven and granite countertops add warmth to the expansive cook’s kitchen and breakfast area, complete with high-end stainless steel appliances that include a Thermador range with six burners and grill, two ovens, a warming tray, double sinks, and more. A large center island provides additional seating to the breakfast area for informal repasts. A nearby mud/laundry room offers convenient access from the kitchen and rear deck.

A generously-sized family room is where comfortable leisure living happens--surrounded by two walls of oversized windows, a floor-to-ceiling brick corner fireplace and double custom built-in desks/work stations, this versatile room has lots to offer.

A first-floor master bedroom suite/guest suite offers sumptuous one-floor living. The spacious bedroom is set beneath a tray ceiling, complete with his- and her- custom-fitted walk-in closets and French doors that open directly to its own private end of the deck. The master bath enjoys a double vanity and jetted tub and frameless shower. A half bath completes this floor. 

The second floor is host to four additional large-scale bedrooms with generous custom-fitted closets. Two bedrooms share a Jack and Jill bath with twin vanities, a jetted tub shower and built-in shelving that includes a laundry chute to the first-floor laundry room. A large ensuite bedroom has twin custom-fitted walk-in closets and an adjoining bath with double vanity and tub shower, and serves as an optional second-floor master suite, if desired--buyer’s choice! The fourth bedroom is served by a full hall bath and oversized shower. Pull-down stairs from the hallway provide access to attic storage.

The finished walk-out lower level features a mudroom with a wall of cubbies and easy access to a covered patio and to the driveway. The recreation room enjoys light from large windows, wall-to-wall carpeting and custom built-ins. A sixth bedroom with a wall of closets and natural light is perfect for guests or in-laws, with a nearby bath and shower. A finished wine/craft room with natural light is an added bonus, offering plenty of options for use.

There's lots to love about this wonderful Summit home--step in and create your memories here.

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