A variety of building style gives Homeland its special aesthetic appeal. The neighborhood planners took advantage of the local topography, designing homes to fit sympathetically into it. With the skill of the Olmsted Brothers, designers of New York’s Central Park, the neighborhood was laid out to create the common areas and special features such as the six decorative lakes located in the center of the neighborhood.
If you are looking for a classic center-hall Colonial in Homeland, this home at 106 Taplow Road checks all the boxes.
Meticulously maintained, this truly is move-in ready.
Not only is this property beautiful, it is extremely livable. The formal living room with fireplace is a great place to hang out, and the adjacent sun porch gives small children their own space to keep toys while still being close to the action. It would also make a wonderful home office.
Entertain with a full sit-down dinner in the formal dining room, or keep it casual in the renovated eat-in kitchen. A two-car garage was restyled to become a one-car garage, adding a desirable laundry/mud room conveniently located off the kitchen.
Upstairs the master bedroom is privately located at the front of the house and adjoins another bedroom through the master bath. Two more bedrooms and another full bath are located down a short hall to the back.
The partially finished lower level offers a family room with wood burning fireplace and the large level back yard is a perfect place for games of catch or kicking around a soccer ball. A large, awning covered stone patio calls for dining al fresco spring through fall, no matter the weather.
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