ON THE MARKET: Queen Anne style Victorian in Wallingford 

ON THE MARKET: Queen Anne style Victorian in Wallingford 



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WALLINGFORD — This Queen Anne style Victorian on a one and half-acre lot at 17 Chestnut Lane is on the market for $699,900.

The 5,113-square foot home was built by a homebuilder who has lived in it with his family since 1989. The home was listed for $749,000 in October, but the price has since been reduced.

The children have moved on and the owners decided it was too much house for their needs, said listing agent Amy Wiedenmann, of Sunwood Development Corp.

“What makes it unique is it has all the details and charm of a Victorian with the updated amenities people want today,” Wiedenmann said. 

The home has four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms and a finished bonus room over a three-car oversized garage. The kitchen boasts a large center island with seating, quartz countertops, cherry cabinets, high-end appliances, built-in desk area and spacious eating area.

A sunken family room features hardwood floors and direct access to the outdoor entertaining space, which includes a heated in-ground pool and concrete patio.

The home has 4 bedrooms, 3 1/2 bathrooms, a wrap around porch, screened rear porch and a wood-burning fireplace.  

The second-floor master bedroom connects to the recently updated master bathroom featuring a double vanity, soaking tub, tiled shower with bench and a walk in closet.

There are two walk-up attics for storage, a full basement and oversized three car garage. Additional features include eight-zone heating system, five-zone cooling system, central vacuum, alarm system, first-floor laundry room, upgraded trim throughout, high ceilings, a new roof in 2017, paved circular driveway and municipal water and sewer service.

For more information contact Wiedenmann at (203) 530-8184. 

mgodin@record-journal.com

203-317-2255

Twitter: @Cconnbiz


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