This beautiful natural property is a large parcel which evokes the feel of a park-like setting. The house sits high atop a hill, set back from the road, at the top of the circular driveway. The extensive yard includes stone walls, evergreens, a gazebo (with electricity), a slate patio that runs the length of the house, and open lawn areas. The large slate patio is accessed by a set of French doors in the Great Room. The setting and grounds create a private oasis for the owner. Three generations have loved and grown in this beloved home. The house is a ranch that was expanded with a Great Room with cathedral ceilings and skylights, a Vermont Castings gas stove, an expanded kitchen and dining area that opens to the Great Room. At the other end of the hallway is a lovely Primary Bedroom suite with a bay window, bathroom, dressing room and walk-in closet. The additions were designed to address feng shui design. The Great Room, kitchen and Premier Bedroom all have ceiling fans in the cathedral ceilings. There are three bedrooms on the main level and the lower level has been finished for additional living and includes another bedroom. There are two decks for entry. A large two-car garage is attached to the house. There is a five-bedroom septic system in the ground and a guesthouse (up to 800′ ft) would be allowed on this property. This lovely large parcel extends all the way through from Paula Avenue to David Avenue.
Basement: Finished basement has a large bedroom with a Pellet Stove, living room, open room and a full bathroom. A small room houses the utilities in which there is a water filtration system for the well (1985) and propane FHA for the radiators that were added in 1990. The house was originally electric heat and the mini-splits (heat and a/c) are electric , heat/cool the whole house, and were added in 2021. Rinnai propane heat monitor in Premier Bedroom. Pellet Stove in basement bedroom. Vinyl flooring in basement.