This home is NOT your cookie cutter Colonial! Builder built and owned home. There was no skimping on anything! Enter through the mahogany double doors to over 6000 sq ft of living space on three floors. White oak floors throughout. The chef's kitchen is wide open to the gathering room space which includes a stone hearth with a Regency insert to provide the home warmth on a chilly night. Bright windows grace the formal living and dining room on the main floor with a half bath. The expansive trex deck overlooks the in-ground pool and large yard with mature landscaping providing privacy. Moving to the upper floor, the large updated primary suite includes a bath with a double sink vanity, whirlpool tub, radiant floors and two large custom walk-in closets with a separate laundry room. Three additional oversized bedrooms are also found on the second floor with another full bath. The 2000+ sq ft. fully finished lower level is equipped for entertaining along with a full bath, bar area with plumbing in the wall ready for a wet bar, lots of storage and slider doors to the in-ground pool and covered patio for more entertaining. Pool liner is 3 years old, pool water is a little cloudy as it is ready to be closed. The attached 3 garage features 14 foot ceilings. There is so much more to see in this amazing custom home located less than an hour from NYC with public transportation available. Lots of nearby activities including golf, hiking, swimming, skiing, local wineries, craft breweries, fruit picking and more. With interest rates rising, seller is offering $10k toward mortgage points or closing costs to buyer.
Courtesy of Howard Hanna Rand Realty
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