Over the past 2 years, more than $170K has gone into making this cheerful 1930’s Dutch Colonial a forever home, and it shows! From the moment you pull into the freshly paved driveway surrounded by the expanded yard enclosed by a new white fence, it’s clear that everything’s been attended to. Although plans changed, new owners will benefit from all the thoughtful upgrades. New windows and modern light fixtures pair with refinished wood floors beginning in the formal rooms. Again, the updated kitchen strikes the perfect balance of classic and current with butcher block countertops, sleek hex tile flooring and a suite of stainless steel appliances, along with a big pantry. The huge adjoining sunroom accommodates everything from breakfast to homework to playtime, with pocket doors further enhancing versatility. A study/bedroom beside the refreshed first floor full bath also boasts invaluable flexibility. A huge upper bathroom with new marble-topped vanity serves 3 more bedrooms, one with a windowed walk-in closet. Even the basement has been transformed with comfy space for movies and clean-as-a-whistle utility/storage areas. Across from darling Dutch Neck school and right beside the playground of a little church, the .39-acre setting couldn’t be sweeter!
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