Two-Story Colonial on Oak Studded Lot

Situated on a lot of over one half acre in a true park-like setting, this gracious and stately two-story shuttered Colonial, built in 2002, offers first level formal living room with marble-faced fireplace, dining room with multiple windows overlooking the front grounds.

A family room with used brick fireplace and two sets of French doors leads to expansive deck, cozy den, large kitchen with stainless appliances including Viking six burner and double oven range within a large center island, separate third built-in oven, double drawer Fisher Paykel dishwasher, Sub-Zero refrigerator, large eating area with built-in desk, walk-in pantry, and powder room.

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