ON THE MARKET: Colonial in Cheshire with four bedrooms, plenty of living space

ON THE MARKET: Colonial in Cheshire with four bedrooms, plenty of living space



CHESHIRE — It’s gracious and makes an impressive statement, but in no way is the colonial at 718 Cortland Circle imposing or stuffy. It’s a home built for living.

Let’s begin with 3,400 square feet. When you’ve got that kind of space you know each of the 10 rooms will be well laid out with plenty of space for enjoyment and a touch of high quality. The front door is accented with a palladium window. The home also features hardwood flooring and built-ins in many of the rooms.

The kitchen is 10 feet by 17 feet with plenty of counter space, quiet-close cabinetry and sliding doors that open onto a deck with a powered awning to keep you cool enough to eat outdoors on hot summer days.

There are four spacious bedrooms on the second level, all complemented by wall to wall carpeting. The master bedroom has its own full bath featuring double sinks, granite counters, stall shower, and tile flooring. 

There’s another full bath on the second level and a half bath on the main floor. The open concept of the first level flows throughout, bringing the living room, family room and kitchen together. The family room fireplace is framed in natural stacked stone, adding additional beauty and character.

The home is heated by oil and has central air throughout.

The fully finished lower level, with heating, cooling and additional storage, includes a family room with sliders leading to a professionally landscaped yard with flowering trees and groomed lawn, including an irrigation system. The house also has an attached two-car garage and sits on 1.4 acres of land. 

Children would attend Highland Elementary School, Dodd Middle School and Cheshire High School.  

The list price is $579,900. The most recent property taxes are $829 per month. Contact Nick Mastrangelo from Coldwell Banker at 203-641-2100 or at nick.mastrangelo@cbmoves.com.


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