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Picture perfect, this engaging Tudor at 10 Plymouth Avenue in Maplewood is certain to turn heads. Through loving care and with thoughtful updates, this 1918 home remains fresh and modern today. Located in the Tuscan Elementary School district and with a Jitney stop nearby, this fine home is positioned to take full advantage of all this bustling community has to offer.
Step inside, where the easy-flowing floor plan is made for entertaining and comfortable daily living. Sunlight pours in through large windows, while hardwood floors and a versatile decor set the stage for a wide array of furnishings and artwork. The living room includes a brick fireplace, while the formal dining room is poised to host your next dinner party. Known to locals as the “Maplewood Room,” this sunny space is perfect for quiet conversation and reading. The kitchen sparkles with white cabinets, a farmhouse sink and stainless steel appliances. Three bedrooms and a full bath are found on the second level, while the fourth bedroom occupies the third level. The finished lower level recreation room is made for indoor play.
Outside, the deck overlooks a deep, fenced backyard. There is plenty of space to entertain and dine, while the backyard is home to active play and gardening.
10 Plymouth Avenue is a place you can easily call home and one you will be proud to share with friends and loved ones.
For additional information and photos, please go to 10PlymouthAve.com.
The neighborhood where 10 Plymouth Avenue is located is a quiet area in Maplewood. Homes in this area are primarily made up of medium to large (3+ bedrooms) sized Tudors, Colonials and Victorians. Many of the homes are relatively historic and were built before 1939. In some cases, they were built quite a bit earlier. A number of residences were also built between 1940 and 1969.
The homes in this neighborhood are mostly owner occupied and are generally well-maintained. The homeowners enjoy taking on gardening, landscaping, home improvement and DIY projects. According to a resident of the neighborhood, the area is family friendly and welcoming, and you will often see neighbors out biking or walking with their children and pets along the tree lined streets. The residents who live here enjoy the arts, theater, travelling, shopping and dining with their family and friends. They also enjoy a more urban lifestyle and do appreciate the area’s close proximity to NYC.
Many people commute into NYC from this centrally located neighborhood. They either take the Maplewood Jitney into town to catch the train to NYC or they drive directly into the city. You could even walk to the train from 10 Plymouth Avenue!
This neighborhood is within close proximity to major highways, business centers and Newark Airport. It is also just minutes away from major sports and entertainment venues and is just a short drive from ski resorts and our beautiful New Jersey beaches.
Contact Ginge Calhoun at 310-600-1351 for more details.