Nestled on nearly a quarter acre of nicely landscaped property, this restored 1920s colonial is situated in the quiet enclave of Washington Park. As one of Maplewood’s most desirable neighborhoods, this prime location allows you to fully appreciate all this thriving community has to offer.
Follow the stone pathway to the front door, where the arched entry welcomes you inside. As the foyer extends all the way back to a convenient mud room and access to the back property, broad entries along the way reveal the adjoining rooms. The front-to-back living room invites you to arrange your furnishings as you see fit, while the two sided fireplace, shared with the adjoining sun room, takes center stage. Built-ins line the back wall, while French doors open to the front terrace. Across the foyer is the formal dining room with its own set of French doors to the terrace. Nearby, the butler’s pantry connects to the kitchen. Here you are free to create a gourmet feast, its state-of-the-art appliances and efficient layout making your task an easy one. Notice the pristine white cabinetry, under-cabinet lighting and subway tile backsplash. While these elements are designed for today’s busy lifestyle, there is a warmth and character that honors this home’s classic past.
Later, retire to your spacious master bedroom. Its warm neutral palette soothes you into a restful state. The hall bathroom with double sink stands ready to help everyone through the daily rush. Two more bedrooms complete the second floor. A third floor offers space for storage, while an unfinished basement holds your laundry and additional storage space. Both, offer the potential for additional finished space.
Outside, a gorgeous backyard and a huge patio are ready-made for entertaining. On weekdays, you’ll have an easy commute, convenient NYC commuter trains and major highways access. The town's village offers great local shops and restaurants, while parks, recreation and schools are nearby.