A Huge, Remodeled Home in the Heart of Kingston for $749K

  |  February 22, 2023

Today we are at a turn-key home on a cul-de-sac in the middle of Kingston.

This four-bedroom, two-bath home measures 3,576 square feet. It was built in 1956 but has been completely remodeled within the past two years. The new owner will appreciate the brand-new flooring, appliances, and two renovated bathrooms.

The front porch is stylish with a wood ceiling and painted floor. French doors serve as the entry to the home.

They open to a spacious mudroom with a wood floor and white plank walls.

The living room has a cathedral ceiling with a slinky, modern chandelier. A gas fireplace is flanked by shelves backed with intriguing wallpaper.

The dining room has its own funky chandelier and picture windows overlooking the back deck. Another set of French doors leads out to that deck.

The kitchen is partially open to the dining room, with a peninsula breakfast bar in a marble finish.

The kitchen cabinets have a Scandinavian air in light wood. The appliances, including a chef-style gas range, are stainless steel.

The under-mounted farmhouse sink has its own freestanding cabinetry, shared with the dishwasher. Hexagonal white tile fills the backsplash behind it, and black shelves are handy spots for dishes and glasses.

A coffee station with a slim beverage cooler is a neat touch. It sits against a wall papered in the same pattern as the living room. More storage is available with lots of open shelving on a nearby wall.

A breakfast nook has its own bay window, and sliders out to the deck.

This bedroom is off the kitchen. It’s spare, yet inviting with neutral walls and wood flooring.

A second bedroom is also on the main floor, identical to the first but with a shallow alcove for a sofa.

The third bedroom’s being used as a home gym, with track lighting and mat flooring.

They all share this modern bathroom, which has snazzy teal tiling on the floor and white subway tiles in the tub/shower area. Floating wood shelves offer storage next to the white, single-sink vanity.

Climb the stairs to reach the primary suite, and you’ll first enter the spa-like bathroom. It’s got dark slate tiles; chair-rail wainscoting; and a minimalistic, two-sink, white-and-wood vanity.

A Palladian window anchors the other end of the bathroom.

The walk-in shower has marble on two walls, and a third wall with colorful mosaic tile.

The primary bedroom has a cathedral ceiling with a drop-mount ceiling fan and its own gas fireplace. The room’s big enough for a sectional sofa, and wall sconces add ambience and nighttime illumination. The listing says there’s a walk-through closet, but it’s not pictured.

The partially finished basement includes this cozy home theater.

The back deck is sectioned into eat/play/chill zones, with a fire pit for starry nights. The property is about two-thirds of an acre, and it’s close to Kingston amenities and shops.

If this reimagined rambler has your attention, find out more about 33 Valentine Avenue, Kingston, from Gregory Balderacchi and HomeLister.

Read On, Reader...