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Improved Price: Spacious 4BR Sparta Mountain Colonial

Posted November 11, 2019 By Lynn Garafola

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NOW AT AN IMPROVED PRICE! Perched on a gentle knoll at the end of a cul-de-sac, 49 Pheasant Walk in the Sparta Mountain Reserve community offers a spectacular combination of privacy and space. 

This 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom Colonial on 2-plus acres beckons with beautiful landscaping leading up to the lemonade front porch. Inside, hardwood floors lead through the three light-filled living spaces, home office and bonus room on the main level. (The full bathroom adjacent to the bonus room creates a perfect live-in in-law or au-pair suite option.)

Picture curling up in front of the family room’s wood-burning fireplace, or entertaining family and friends in the stainless steel appliance-filled open kitchen.

Upstairs, discover five rooms, each with at least one double closet.  The ample master bedroom offers a custom walk-in closet as well as both a shower stall and jetted tub in its en-suite bathroom.

The large, covered back porch, located conveniently off of the kitchen, presents the perfect spot for warm weather relaxing or watching over play time in the flat, lovely, woods-surrounded backyard.

The 3-car garage provides extra space, while the underground lawn sprinkler makes maintaining your green lawn a snap.  Thermal windows and doors contribute to the perfect package.

The friendly community of the Sparta Mountain Reserve lies within easy driving distance from Sparta's town center, meaning dining and entertainment options abound, and you'll be roughly a 15-minute drive from both the route 15 and route 23 commuting corridors. New York City is only a little over an hour away by car. A NYC Bus is available from Sparta. Newark Airport and the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania average about an hour's drive as well. And don't forget the nearest ski slopes and water parks are only 20-30 minutes away in Vernon!

Like hiking?  You’ll have direct access to Edison trail, leading to the nearby 1400-acre Sparta Mountain Wildlife Management area offering numerous trails for all levels of hiking, as well as Ryker Lake for kayaking, fishing and birding.

Kittatinny Valley State Park is also a short drive away, boasting 5.2 miles of hiking trails with views of glacial lakes, limestone outcroppings and former railroads. Additionally, Kittatinny's Lake Aeroflex and Gardner's Pond are excellent for fishing and boating.

Sparta's fantastic school system provides wonderful educational opportunities. Sparta Middle School and Sparta High School are a short drive away. As one of 2018's top 100 safest towns in America (according to Safewise), Sparta offers peace of mind as well.

For more info and images, click HERE, or call Team Nest Builder’s Lynn Garafola today at 973-222-3777 to arrange a private showing. Don't miss out on your dream home!

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