CHESHIRE — A “magazine-perfect” colonial on a quiet cul de sac in south Cheshire is on the market for $750,000.
“It has almost $400,000 in upgrades and it’s beautifully decorated,” said Laureen Kennedy with Coldwell Banker in Cheshire. “It is really an entertainer’s dream. They have an amazing pool with a pool house and the waterfall. In addition to four bedrooms, it has two true offices with doors.”
This 4,709 square-foot home is meticulously updated and maintained. The foyer opens to a sunken living room with fireplace.
The first floor master bedroom has two closets, full bath with whirlpool tub and stall shower.
The large dining room features a chair rail and crown molding. There are hardwood floors throughout the first floor except for the master bedroom. The kitchen has a breakfast nook and island with seating, granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances, sub-zero refrigerator, General Electric profile microwave, dishwasher, Wolf range and wine chiller.
The laundry room is on the first floor and a second staircase in the back of the home allows additional access to bedrooms. All bedrooms have ceiling fans.
Upstairs there are three bedrooms, two with window seats and double closets, one with a walk-in closet. There are also two offices upstairs, each located at opposite ends of the home so two people can work at home in privacy. A walkup attic is accessed in one of the offices, which has room for even more expansion.
The lower level is generous in size and large enough for pool table, TV watching, workout space, bar, a wine cellar and a workshop. The wraparound deck has just been replaced with grade A pressure-treated wood and black aluminum railing.
The home features a heated inground pool, waterfalls, hot tub, pool house with bathroom and storage area.
The home sits on 1.8 acres of professionally landscaped grounds.
For more information contact Laureen Kennedy at 203-671-1817.
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