The City of Beacon’s housing stock isn’t all vintage Colonials (although those are nice). Today we’re exploring a turn-key bi-level that’s just 23 years old and has great lower-level accessibility for those who need it.
This 2,000-square-foot home is pristine, with thoughtful modern updates.
The living room has the standard picture window you’ll find in any bi-level. Neutral paint colors are in every room, the perfect canvas for the next owner’s imagination.
Brand-new cabinets and stainless-steel appliances are complemented by granite countertops and a subway-tile backsplash.
The dining room has sliders out to a composite-material deck, and is big enough to seat a crowd.
On the main level are three bedrooms, one of which is now being used as an office. The primary suite has its own ensuite bath.
There’s a main-floor hall bathroom as well.
The entire house has central air conditioning, three-zone natural gas heat, and a wood pellet stove for supplemental heat.
The lower level was carefully plotted out to satisfy the requirements of those with mobility issues.
The open floor plan down here includes a laundry closet.
The roomy bedroom has a pretty view of the outdoors, and an organized closet system.
The bathroom downstairs has a roll-in shower, a huge toilet area with multiple grab bars, and a sink that allows easy wheelchair access as well.
There’s a side patio area off the basement that’s protected with an awning. The house shares its dead-end street with only four other houses, and its backyard faces a cul-de-sac (pretty much assuring safe bicycle riding for little ones). It sits on a small, 0.20-acre lot that’s beautifully landscaped with gardens, fruit trees, and a brick firepit gathering spot. Plus, Main Street and its restaurants and shops are just three blocks away. A whole-house generator ensures continuous power no matter what the weather dishes out.
Considering this beautifully accessible bi-level? Find out more about 7 Aldridge Place, Beacon, from Qizhan “Jack” Yao at Realmart Realty LLC.