Address: 1211 N. Livingston Street
Neighborhood: Westover Hills
Open: Saturday, March 26 and Sunday, March 27 from 1-4 p.m.
Renovated Westover colonial with a brick addition to maintain the character and look of the original 1930s home.
Enter the home through a mudroom with windows on three sides and a vaulted ceiling. The room lends itself for office space or a sunny play space. Thoughtful flow from the living room with a gas fireplace into the dining room and kitchen with a gathering space overlooking the yard. The kitchen provides a center island for casual dining and participatory cooking with those enjoying a renewed interest in cooking and baking. The gas range, handsome wood cabinets and deep farm sink enhance the experience.
A built-in desk in the adjoining area along with cozy spots for catching up at the end of the day. A door from the kitchen opens directly to the driveway, making it convenient to bring children and packages directly into the home. A stone path leads to the back patio and a second patio is tucked away in a quiet spot. A powder room completes this level.
Upstairs, the primary bedroom features two closets, a dressing area with laundry and linen storage, and an en suite bathroom with oversized shower and double sink vanity. The second bedroom is served by the renovated hall bathroom. Pull down stairs lead to large attic for even more storage. The lower level has a den or third bedroom with steps and direct access to the yard. Additional storage is in the utility room.
Handsome stone walls define the tiered yard brimming with perennials and mature trees and shrubs. The home is well sited on a cul-de-sac and has a deep driveway for at least two cars.
Walk to Cardinal Elementary School, Swanson Middle School and Westover Village’s shops, restaurants, library, and Sunday Farmer’s Market. Lacey Woods Park, Westover Park and Playground, and the bike path and trail are blocks away.
A light filled home in pristine move-in condition awaits the buyer who values convenience and condition.
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