Real Estate

45 Edgewood Rd, Summit NJ: $1,799,000

Posted June 8, 2018 By Lois Schneider Realtor

Listing Stats

Listed by Lois Schneider Realtor: From the moment you step into the gracious entry foyer with its two-story Palladian window, stunning picture-window views from the formal dining room greet you, while a palette of soft wall colors and light oak floors set the tone for many of its sun-filled rooms. 

The living room is both elegant and comfortable, capturing front and back vistas from generous windows, complete with a central gas-log fireplace and custom built-in bookcases. The open concept gourmet kitchen renovation with sitting area was beautifully re-imagined with French doors that open to a charming Juliet balcony capturing the spectacular views. Quality custom cabinetry with glass-front doors, recessed lighting by Lutron (that also runs throughout the home) and a built-in media center add beauty and functionality to the kitchen, featuring honed marble countertops and high-end stainless steel appliances that include a 48-inch Viking range with grill, a 48-inch Sub-Zero side-by-side refrigerator/freezer and Miele dishwasher set against the charm of a farm sink. A large center island with seating for five incorporates an abundance of recessed drawers and a U-Line undercounter wine cooler. A lovely renovated powder room is located nearby. 

A dramatic sunroom addition with cathedral ceiling and 10-foot wide arched casement window off the living room is the pièce de résistance of this home for the ultimate in leisure living, with French doors that open to a fabulous stone balcony that was added to enjoy breathtaking sunrise and evening New York City views. 

Three bedrooms reside on the second floor, each with hardwood floors and great views. The spacious master bedroom suite includes three custom-fitted closets and a lovely renovated master bath with subway tile and an over-sized frameless steam shower. A full hall bath with tub shower and linen closet serves two of the bedrooms. A recessed storage area offers expansion possibilities (bedroom and bathroom addition), while a hallway custom linen closet with drawers adds convenience. 

A sunny walk-out media room (could be fourth bedroom) with neutral wall-to-wall carpeting and a wall of built-ins and desk opens out to a totally private lower level Belgian block patio and those fabulous views! A full bath with tub shower is an enhancement, along with a nearby laundry room and three large storage closets (one is cedar-lined) off the mud room that offers direct access to the two-car attached garage and garden. 

Attractive extras include three-zone HVAC system with remote control, central vacuum system, central station security system, 25 kW full house generator, underground sprinkler system, Andersen Series 400 windows throughout, lower level utility and generator rooms, freshly painted stucco exterior, expansion potential, and more. 

Step into this home and experience location, luxury and lifestyle at 45 Edgewood Road.

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