CHESHIRE — A Craftsman bungalow-styled colonial near the Wallingford border is on the market for $400,000
The 3,398 square-foot home at 1625 Tuttle Avenue is bank-owned and the listing price is more than $170,000 less than the town-appraised value at $572,780.
Michael Del Greco, a partner with New England Realty Associates, considers it a bargain.
”Its custom built with a pool and pool house, a large open floor plan,” Del Greco said. “The neighborhood is top notch on the Wallingford-Cheshire line, a great commuter location.”
The home was built about 15 years ago and has stone elements, deep eves and a large veranda giving it a bungalow feel, with the spaciousness of a colonial. It sits on more than two acres.
It has an expansive hall and a large white-on-white kitchen with granite countertops. There is a living area with a stone fireplace and an enclosed porch. There are formal dining and living rooms, an open center hall, and a mudroom off the three-car garage.
A master bedroom suite has a walk-in closet, three bedrooms are upstairs, and another finished room is over the garage.
The private lot has mature landscaping and a heated pool and pool house.
For more information contact Doug St. John at New England Realty Associates (203) 374-0379
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