Real Estate

Classic Brick Colonial

Posted December 7, 2017 By Helen Baratta

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Nestled at the edge of South Mountain Reservation, this handsome brick colonial has a commanding presence among its peers in the neighborhood and offers a location of quiet enjoyment. Be the beneficiary of modern architecture. Built in 2001, the aesthetics and lifestyle conveniences are innumerable. Expect to find a grand foyer, high ceilings, open floor plan, outstanding millwork, wainscotting, floors of wood, stone and marble, pocket doors, 2 mantled gas fireplaces, spectacular designer gourmet kitchen, butlers pantry, first floor laundry, ornate chandeliers and sconces, master bedroom with his/her walk-in closets, 5 star hotel master bath, ensuite guest bedroom, organizer fitted closets, sound system, multi-zone heat and cac, stone patio, custom spa tub in Villa-like setting, professionally landscaped with specimen trees and shrubs, fenced play area and much more. This house is a game changer!

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