Real Estate

24 Beekman Terrace, Summit NJ: $948,000

Posted April 5, 2019 By Lois Schneider Realtor

Listing Stats

Listed by Lois Schneider Realtor: Tucked away on a private lane, just steps to the Wilson Primary Center, Wilson Park and Summit High School, this sweet three-bedroom, 2-1/2 bath Colonial is the perfect Summit start or downsize in a lovely serene setting.

Warm and welcoming, with bright rooms everywhere, this home makes a first impression that lasts, each one anchored on distinctive diagonally set hardwood floors framed with inlaid banded borders. 

The fireside living room features custom bookcases that flank a wood burning focal fireplace and generous windows that let the light pour in. The formal dining room features a corner china cabinet and French doors that open to a cozy covered rocking chair porch that overlooks a rear paver patio and level fenced yard dotted with lovely English gardens--perfect for outdoor entertaining and play. A two-car detached garage is located at the end of the drive. A first-floor family room/den and a home office add cachet and versatility to the home, both of which are sunlit with an expanse of windows on two sides. 

The updated eat-in kitchen is outfitted with pale gray custom cabinetry set against stainless steel appliances and a built-in hidden pantry system with pull-out drawers and shelving. A seated breakfast peninsula and a breakfast nook with built-in banquette seating and pretty backyard views afford casual seating. 

The second-floor master suite annex is bright and spacious, added in 2014, with an abundance of storage in the dressing area with built-in drawers, a huge custom fitted walk-in closet with window, plus storage and linen closets. The master bath is outfitted with marble tile flooring and wainscoting, a double vanity and oversized shower. Two additional bedrooms with custom closets on this level are served by a hall bath with double vanity, shower and separate tub. A staircase off the hallway lead to a fully floored attic with expansion possibilities, if desired. 

A finished recreation room and game area afford extra leisure living on the lower level, complete with natural light, laundry, storage and systems room.

Attractive extras include a new furnace and hot water heater (2019), and more.

There’s so much more than meets the eye in this Colonial charmer...step in and explore!

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