-The BEST deck in all of Maplewood. Spring, summer and fall, it’s the equivalent of an additional room. You’d be hard-pressed to find an equivalent of the size or quality in the area.
-The garden truly is a haven. It has the right amount of privacy, the ability to entertain and play.
-The front of the house is south facing, making the back yard nice and shady for being outside.
-The 3rd floor bedroom is perfect as a main bedroom, or a private guest suite. It’s quiet, and has a full bath.
-The mudroom is in close proximity to the kitchen, making it super convenient, especially with children.
-The kitchen is perfect for socializing in. Every great party eventually ends up in the kitchen.
-Five minute Walking distance to Tuscan Elementary School.
-The stained glass and wall panels make the home unique, beautiful, and true to period detail.
-It is within walking distance to everything great in the town, everything is easily accessible.
A letter form the current homeowners:
“We feel really lucky to have lived in this neighborhood in Maplewood.The street is a good mix of older families (both without kids and with kids gone to college), and young families just starting out. With the exception of a BBQ or party now and again, everyone is really respectful of noise level and of other people’s privacy. I don’t think anyone has ever complained about anyone in the 10 years that we’ve lived here. We see people in town, and upon Springfield Ave., which has transformed itself dramatically in the 10 years that we’ve lived here. We also have a very diverse street- it’s a microcosm of Maplewood living. We really love that it’s a walking town as well. While you can drive everywhere, you don’t need to. You can easily walk into town, to the park, to the diner, to the bank. We can’t imagine having to drive everywhere. We’ve also loved walking the neighborhood with the dog, looking at all the unique and interesting houses in the area. We’ve really enjoyed every minute of living here.”