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What You Can Buy: Newly constructed center hall colonial

October 1, 2018

The newly constructed center-hall colonial on a 0.84-acre lot at 314 N. Maple Ave. — rebuilt from studs of a 1925-era home — is close to town and schools. It is replete with fine architectural details, including a columned portico and a two-story entry hall with a herringbone-patterned hardwood floor. The floor plan then leads to a formal living room with a fireplace and built-ins; then to the formal dining room, complementing the more informal dining area just off the kitchen, butler’s pantry and family room. Exterior doors are found here, leading out to a stone terrace and sitting wall that overlooks the gardens. The home has a total of five bedrooms with a second-level master suite that comprises the bedroom, a dressing area, an abundance of closet space and a spa bath. Three additional bedrooms, three baths and a laundry room complete the second level. The third level of the home is where the fifth bedroom is located. There’s also a finished lower level that walks out to gardens. It has multipurpose potential and would add nearly 800 square feet to the living space square footage above. The home has an attached, oversized two-car garage and a partially fenced, landscaped yard. The assigned public schools for this property are North Street School, Central Middle and Greenwich High.

Listing agent: Meri Thomas, David Ogilvy & Associates, (203) 869-9866, ext. 22 office, (203) 249-9229 cell; mkt@davidogilvy.com

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