SOUTHINGTON — A unique and expansive custom-built Colonial on 8 private acres is on the market for $699,999.
This four-bedroom home, with three full and three half-baths, and 5,738 square feet is for sale at 344 Andrews St. The property was listed for $725,000 in June, but was reduced to $699,000 in August.
”It is really amazing,” said Rebecca Makas, listing agent for Keller Williams Miale Team. “The things that are really special about that property is the level of privacy. You’re close to everything but it feels like your own place in Southington.”
The house sits on 8 acres, allowing for some expansion if desired. Custom-built in 1982, construction is post and beam with quality finishes and detailed concrete work, both inside and outside.
The kitchen offers ample cabinet space and includes granite countertops and radiant heat flooring near a large bow window. An open dining and living space share a stone fireplace and are perfect for entertaining.
The main level also includes a spacious family room, additional living space, a half bath with laundry, and spiral oak staircase to upstairs.
The master suite on the second floor offers a bonus room, walk-in closet, skylights and an en suite bath. The two other bedrooms contain ample closet space and hardwood floors.
The finished lower level offers potential for an in-law apartment, with a bedroom, a fall-out shelter and access to a two-car heated garage with four bays total. There are five zones for heating and cooling. There is a carriage house on the grounds with a full basement. The cement-stamped patio allows for outside living as does the mahogany wrap-around deck that follows the length of the house.
“They did a lot of entertaining in the house,” Makas said. “It’s an amazing place to entertain especially with that wrap around porch.
For more information contact Makas at (860) 833-6795.
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