ON THE MARKET: A remodeled contemporary-split level on Meriden’s west side

ON THE MARKET: A remodeled contemporary-split level on Meriden’s west side



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MERIDEN — A remodeled west side contemporary-split level home is on the market for $319,900. 

The 2,816 square-foot home at 309 Brownstone Ridge was built in the 1950s, but has been fully updated with top to bottom details, said listing agent Robert Clermont of Clermont Realty. 

An open house has been scheduled from 1 to 3 p.m. on Sunday.

“It has unique exterior architectural appeal, as well as unique interior appeal,”  Clermont said. “The floor-to-ceiling fireplace is gorgeous. The quality construction plays into the uniqueness of the house.”

The home is owned by noted home flipper Scott Hozebin, who is now living in Florida, Clermont said. After buying it in 2017, Hozebin installed a new kitchen, refinished the hardwood floors, and remodeled three bathrooms.

He also installed new ceramic tile in the basement, new plumbing, a new furnace and oil tank, and new windows and doors.

The main level features an open floor plan, a stone fireplace, and a large custom kitchen with stainless appliances and granite counters. The first floor also has a laundry room and three bedrooms, including a master bedroom which boasts a large walk-in closet.

The finished below-grade area includes a large family room, one bedroom, and a full bathroom. The area is suited for use as an accessory apartment, because it has its own egress, Clermont said. 

The mid-century home sits on 1.12 acres in a neighborhood of larger lot sizes.  

Sales interest has been brisk since the listing went up six days ago, said Clermont, who is tracking the numbers of saves and shares.

“The market thinks it’s a really cool house and is sharing it,” Clermont said. 

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