Once in a great while you find a home that feels so loved and cared for that you don't wan to leave. Travel down this private lane of four homes and you will find this stunning reproduction colonial on almost 3 acres with an abundance of stone walls, mature trees and evergreens, and even a big red barn. The back yard is fenced and lovingly landscaped over years to create a private backyard oasis, complete with blue stone patio, heated inground pool, and a hot tub. The gardens include a shade garden of low-maintenance perennials, as well as a cutting garden that provides blooming perennial flowers throughout the season and a small grove of 5 apple and pear trees. Groupings of bushes such as hydrangeas and forsythias create year-round color. There are several specimen trees, including dogwood and Japanese maples. The interior of the home has an open kitchen that serves as the hub of the home, open to the family room with cathedral ceiling and a casual dining room with one of three fireplaces. Completing the first floor is a formal living room, formal dining room and office/library with walls of built-ins. Upstairs, the master bedroom has a fireplace and private bath. Two bedrooms share a full bath. Numerous recent updates including a roof, heating system, cedar fencing, patio, and much more. The location is equidistant from I-95 and Route 9, just 10 minutes to the beach, outlet malls, and restaurants. Showings start Sat, May 22.
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