The New England housing market shows no signs of slowing down and as homebuyers are flocking to the suburbs, they’re discovering that ZIP codes in the Greater Boston area offer enormous value per square foot while retaining proximity to the city.
That’s not a big revelation on its own, but the numbers are particularly attractive in Hanover, recently named by the website realtor.com to its top 10 suburbs to get more for the money. The 2001 custom-built expanded Colonial at 28 Stone Meadow Lane — located in Hanover’s highly sought-after Stone Meadow neighborhood — allows families to spread out across more than 7,100 square feet at less than $190 per square foot. And that’s before the almost 1.25 acres of lush grounds, manicured backyard, and pool area (in-ground and heated, of course).
From the moment you step into the sun-splashed, two-story foyer that welcomes you into the home, you’re in for a treat. Whether you’re spending a chilly afternoon in the family room warming up by the massive floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, cooking up a storm in the expansive eat-in kitchen, or retreating to the lower level to watch a big game, the home is large enough to let everyone enjoy their favorite activities with together time built in.
As expected, the home’s five bedrooms are generous and sunny, but it’s the primary suite that’s the showstopper, with a pair of custom walk-in closets and an opulent en-suite bath with windows overlooking the treetops.
Extensive decking, a sparkling pool, and a pool house make for a standout outdoor space in the warmer months, ideal for entertaining family and friends.
For more information about the home, priced at $1,349,000, contact Lisa Coyne with Coldwell Banker Realty, 508-274-9769.
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