Westfield Colonial Estate

Frank D. Isoldi

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This stately, elegantly appointed five bedroom, five full, one half bath Center Hall Colonial located in the Gardens section of Westfield is absolutely breathtaking. Inside, notable features include four levels of living, gorgeous hardwood floors, detailed moldings and millwork, Marvin Architectural series windows and in-ceiling speaker system. A front door with arched transom and side lights leads to the grand entry foyer. The formal dining room features a butler’s pantry with wine refrigerator. The living room boasts a gas fireplace and offers access to the airy den as well as double doors to the family room. The custom kitchen, by Canterbury Design, opens to the family room and offers travertine countertops, decorative backsplash, two sinks, professional grade stainless steel appliances, and a center island with pendant lights and double thick countertops. The window filled, breakfast area has a herringbone patterned wood floor, recessed angular ceiling and a French door to the back patio. A powder room completes this level. Second floor features a master retreat with sitting area, two walk-in closets and luxurious private bath. There are two additional bedrooms with a Jack-n-Jill bath, a fourth bedroom and full hall bath. The third floor boasts a fifth bedroom with full bath. The lower level offers a finished recreation room, full bath and laundry room. Outside, the grounds include a blue stone walkway, paver driveway, 2 car detached garage and 2 tier blue stone patio with pergola. Conveniently located to schools, downtown and NYC transportation, this magnificent property has it all.

Address: 512 Colonial Avenue, Westfield, NJ 07090

Price: $1,750,000

For more information, please contact Frank D. Isoldi at 908-787-5990 or frankisoldi@gmail.com

Frank D. Isoldi is the exclusive agent representing the New Jersey and Rockland, New York real estate market as a member of the Haute Residence Real Estate Network. View all of his listings here.









Photos courtesy of Frank D. Isoldi

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