SOUTHINGTON — A 19-year-old Colonial on a quiet cul-de-sac has smart features and bonus space for a growing family.
This three-bedroom home at 2 Lovely Drive is on the market for $419,900.
“It’s built by Lovley (Development Inc.),” said real estate agent Jeffrey Wight. “The house is actually 19 years old. It’s immaculate, the kitchen was replaced some time ago.”
An open house will be from 1-3 p.m. Sunday.
“It has a very open floor plan,” Wight said. “The sprinkler system you can turn on with a smart phone. The thermostat is automatic and adjusts to your schedule. It’s a neat feature.”
There is a full front foyer that leads to a first-floor living area.
The kitchen has stainless steel appliances, double oven, granite counter tops and moveable island. It opens into the family room which features a gas fireplace and custom built-in bookcases.
The living room can be entered through the family room or front foyer. The formal dining room has raised panel moldings. There are hardwood floors and tile on both levels.
The upstairs features a master bedroom with tray ceiling, walk-in closet and whirlpool tub, and double sink in the master bath. An upper level laundry room is convenient to the bedrooms and bath.
There is a bonus room with adjacent walk-in closet which is now used as an office/fitness area. Lower level has a brightly lit living space for multiple activities. There is plenty of storage throughout.
The cabinetry with granite tops and laminate flooring are easy to care for.
The exterior has a front and back yard sprinkler system and a .52 acre lot. There is Cat 5 cable inside home. Other amenities include a Ringpro video doorbell, security cameras, Nest thermostats in both zones and new Guttermax gutters with transferable warranty.
“It’s a nice, child-friendly neighborhood,” Wight said.
For more information contact Wight at 860-302-2987.
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