We like big lots, and we cannot lie. We’re kicking off our uber-acreage week with this two-bed, 2.5-bath split-level on 36.3 acres.
Built in 1983 from a design by architect George Large, the 2,733-square-foot house sits on sprawling property that borders an Audubon bird sanctuary. And there are plenty of windows and sliders on the back of the house that afford beautiful views for any nature lover.
The foyer is modest, with a plain front door framed by sidelights, and a hardwood floor.
It opens up into a grand space—even if you’re in the kitchen, you get all the views out of multiple picture windows and sliders, thanks to the level of the sunken living room. White walls complement the hardwood floors, though a new owner could get creative with some accent paint here and there.
Although the ceilings are tall, the living room is cozy with a half-wall of built-in bookcases and cabinets and a functional wood-burning fireplace. There’s a half-bath on the main level, as well.
The kitchen is light and bright, with white cabinetry and gray countertops. A peninsula and overhead cabinets separate the kitchen from the adjoining dining area.
There’s a lot of space here to play with, whether the new owner wants to just update the appliances or go for a whole new look.
Upstairs, this room is currently a TV room but could easily become a yoga space, kids’ playroom, or other flex space.
The primary bedroom has triangular gable-end windows and a bank of sliding windows. It’s also fully carpeted.
The primary ensuite bath features a shower, toilet and bidet in one space, while through a pocket door is the sink and tub. There’s solid, neutral tiling in here, though an update could be considered.
This 540-square-foot addition was designed as an artist’s studio, but could become an in-law suite, guest quarters, or anything else you could dream up. It has its own full bath with a tub/shower combination.
Enamored by this enclave? Find out more about 102 Blooms Corners Road, Warwick, from Chris Staritz with Howard Hanna Rand Realty.