Bright, highly styled colonial home strikes the ideal balance of traditional and updated chic on a quiet “you need to know where you are headed” street. Initially built in 1926 and retaining some of the handsome original clear leaded windows and all of its original charm, the home was added to and renovated by the current owners in 2007-08. The wall between the formal dining room and kitchen was opened to showcase sparkling white cabinetry, handsome soapstone tops, double ovens, french door refrigeration and a Thermador 6-burner gas cooktop. Rich hardwood floors are found throughout the homes three finished levels with the exception of the added mudroom/laundry/family entrance and half bath where forgiving/high traffic radiantly heated stone were used and in the kitchen itself where a checkered ‘farmhouse' easy to clean Marmolean was implemented. Flowing through the center foyer a large living room is brightened with three exposures of light and warmed by a wood burning fireplace. French doors lead to a covered terrace, also with wood burning fireplace, making this an ideal spot for lazy summer days or entertaining fireside on a chilly autumn night.
Ascend the stairs passing by a second level window seat to the primary suite with an ample 'reach-in' closet, full bath with shower tub and office/ sitting room which overlooks the fenced rear yard, gardens. Two large bedrooms, one currently purposed as an office share a generous hall bath. The third floor provides two storage closets, two inviting dormered bedrooms and updated hall bath…Large unfinished basement offers requisite storage and mechanical space. Steps away from family entrance is the two car detached garage. A full stair case leads to a second level presently used as storage but could be easily transformed for additional office or recreation space...Filled with natural light, warm, welcoming and ideally located with all the tucked in feeling of a trick or treat neighborhood within walking distance to shops and restaurants.