Listing Agent: Chad Robert DeSatnick
A true Craftsman-style, 4 BR/2.5 BA, Post & Beam construction nestled on a private cul-de-sac within close proximity to Avalon, Stone Harbor, and Sea Isle City beaches. Expansive kitchen with custom cabinets, granite countertops, and island. Recently updated KitchenAid and GE Professional series appliances, dual oven, countertop range, two pantry closets, and a substantial walk-in pantry for plenty of storage making the perfect space for entertainment.
The kitchen opens to the great room with vaulted ceilings, exposed ceiling beams, and a beautiful custom stone facade natural gas fireplace. The first floor has a spacious primary en suite with wall-to-wall carpet, a walk-in closet with an organization system, and an additional closet. The sitting room has cherry hardwood floors and a second natural gas fireplace. The dining room allows natural sun with skylights and a wood-accented ceiling and opens through oversized sliding glass doors to a private relaxing Mahogany deck.
The powder room is adjacent to the laundry room and provides easy access on the first floor, flowing towards the attached two-car garage. The Garage is finished with shelving, providing plenty of room for vehicles, toys, and tools. The wooden staircase leads to the second floor, which the three guest bedrooms share a custom tiled bathroom. There is ample storage with walk-in closets, hallway linen closet, and a floored bonus storage area. An office space with natural light is located at the top of the steps in the loft area. The third level houses mechanicals and provides additional storage. There are Custom Plantation Shutters, Wood Blinds, Honeycomb Shades, and drapery panels which give privacy and add R-Value to the Pella Windows and Doors throughout. Mature landscape provides privacy year-round, and an on-site well allows water supply for the irrigation system. There was no detail overlooked with this Bowman-Walker Builders home and is just a short distance to Avalon Country Club, Stone Harbor Golf Club, Union League and the Shore Club.