|Gorgeous Updated Kitchen & Family Room
|Beautiful Wood Floors
||Mature Specimen Plantings
|Open Floor Plan
||Secret Garden Path
|Bright Sunny Rooms
||Large Windows bring Outside In
Totally charming and up-dated with great attention to detail, the circa-1937 Frank Wilson-built colonial home is constructed entirely of brick with a lovely white-wash finish and it is capped with a cedar roof. Architecturally intriguing, the home features large windows and great natural light, lovely millwork details, wonderful flow and great sight-lines within the home.
Traditional in its appearance and appeal, this home boasts a newer (circa 2001) Kitchen/ Breakfast / Sitting Room, truly a state-of-the-art space. Amenities include an expansive granite topped island with mahogany cabinetry, Dacor, Bosche and Sub-Zero appliances, random-width hardwood floors, beautiful French doors which open to a covered flagstone porch accented by columns. A large window in the Breakfast area overlooks a raised-bed Kitchen Garden and the lush backyard beyond.
The formal Living Room is graced with a fireplace with antique mantel, deep window sills, random-width hardwood floors and a glass-topped door to the Flagstone Terrace. The Dining Room opens from both Living Room and Entrance Hall and boasts a large triple window overlooking the property. Glass French doors lead to the Kitchen. Additionally, there is a Guest Powder Room, a Back Staircase and access to the two-car Garage from a Mudroom area.
The second floor offers a Master Bedroom Suite comprised of Bedroom with fireplace and antique mantel, a Dressing Hallway with two closets and newly remodeled Master Bath. The Bath features a seamless glass Shower, mahogany Vanity with granite counter top and WC. Mirrored double doors lead from the hallway to Bath.