This Goshen village colonial is big, well-maintained, and has a backyard that’s ready for summer fun.
This Colonial is within the village boundaries, but isn’t really walking distance to town. Nonetheless, its location on a quiet cul-de-sac near Goshen schools makes it an attractive prospect.
It has a tiled entry—easy to mop up spring muddiness that’s tracked in. Paneled sidelights flank the front door and brighten up the space.
A formal living room off the entry has a nice hardwood floor and lots of windows. What you can’t see from this picture…
…is an entire wall of built-in shelving and cabinetry. The 2,334-square-foot house was built in 1978, and has four bedrooms and 2.5 baths.
A formal dining room has a chandelier hanging from a ceiling medallion, and a niche for a sideboard. From there, a doorway leads to the kitchen.
This is a kitchen built for a big family, with double ovens and stainless-steel appliances. There are a lot of cabinets here, and granite countertops that also cover a sizeable cooking island that has room for at least four seats.
A breakfast area has room for a small dinette, and has sliders leading out to the deck.
Off the kitchen is a striking family room, with recessed lighting and an impressive fireplace.
Upstairs, four bedrooms surround the upper hall.
The primary bedroom is big and airy, with hardwood floors and ductless mini-split ventilation.
The primary ensuite includes a walk-in closet, a tub/shower combo, and single-sink vanity with a lot of storage.
The other three bedrooms are also large, with hardwood floors and big closets. They share a hall bath that has a tub/shower combo and double sinks.
The multilevel back deck is roomy enough for multiple seating, grilling, and entertainment areas. It overlooks a private backyard. Overall, the property comes in at just under a half-acre.
Do you have your eye on this home built for a family? If so, find out more about 2 Jackson Lane, Goshen, from Linda Clark with Griffith Olivero Realtors.