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Beautiful Brick Colonial on 1/2 acre!

Posted June 11, 2019 By Barbara Lewis

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Come see this beautiful spacious home!  Well-maintained brick Colonial in lovely spot in Randolph.  Enter the two level foyer and see the easy open flow from foyer to living, dining, kitchen and family rooms. The spacious light-filled living room and freshly painted formal dining room provide easy entertaining for your guests.  Large kitchen is beautifully tiled and offers a picture window with views of the hills. Spectacular wood paneled family room with built-in bookcases and gas fireplace is an added feature on this level!

Large Master en suite and three additional bedrooms on the second floor.  Finished basement features a fabulous bar, another full bath and storage space.  You'll find ample space for work and play in this wonderful home!  

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