ON THE MARKET: Spacious colonial with 4-season sun room in Meriden 

By Rona Mann

MERIDEN — Sometimes you just have the perfect phone conversation.

Like the one we had with agent, Victor Matias, Jr. of Realty Associates. It’s a pleasure to speak with someone who knows their business well.

It helps, of course, that right now Matias has a brand new listing at 60 Susan Lane that’s garnering a lot of attention.

The house is a Garrison Colonial with 10 rooms, including 4 bedrooms and 3 ½ baths. It is situated at the end of a cul-de-sac of well-kept homes on the city’s east side, with easy access to highways.

Built in 1966, it looks newer, because it was fully renovated, including new roof and siding, in 2007. It sports an updated eat-in kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances.

You’ll love the hardwood flooring throughout both levels, and for special occasions go through the French doors in the kitchen into a formal dining room. Likewise, the living room has French doors and a large picture window bathing the home in light. Check out the brick flooring in the front foyer, not something you see everyday...and something else you don’t see everyday is the fully heated and cooled 4-season sunroom with electric radiant floor, all set off by the adjacent stone paver patio, crafted stone wall, and slate stairway. 

Looking for an informal family room? You’ve found the right house with a family room that features a wood-burning fireplace. The lower level is a great place to entertain as it is completely finished with oak cabinets, quartz countertops, and a full bath that is handicapped accessible.

It has central air, a private back yard, garden area, patio, stone wall and two car garage. The lot is .63 acres. 

The list price for this 2,970 square foot home  $359,900. The most recent annual taxes are $7,253. 

If you are interested, call Matias at 203-530-3946. 

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