MERIDEN — A Colonial on the end of a quiet cul de sac recently went on the market for $309,000.
This 2,030 square-foot home at 86 Beth Ann Circle has a bit of Victorian flair, said listing agent Barbara Sibley of Berkshire Hathaway New England Properties.
”It’s at the end of a cul de sac among finer homes,” Sibley said. “It’s immaculate inside. Everything is in move-in condition.”
There are hardwood floors throughout the open floor plan, bow windows, and a fireplace in the living room.
The home has been upgraded with tile in the kitchen, baths and a carpeted family room.
The formal dining room and upstairs master bedroom suite have milti-window outward bay that draws light. An open room area has plenty of closets at the top of the stairs and could be used for an office, sitting room, library or nursery area.
The lower level family room has a dry bar, storage closet and sliders to the lower of two decks for a possible hot tub.
The fireplace in the living room has a propane log that can be reverted to wood.
French doors from the dining area lead to the first floor deck overlooking the wooded yard. The roof was replaced in 2017.
“There is a long list of all the updating and upgrades to maintain its pristine condition,” Sibley said.
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