Cape with private, fenced yard / $3.15 million

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The four-bedroom Cape-style colonial at 472 N. Maple Ave. is sited on 1.14 acres – private, thanks to land and landscaping, yet near downtown. The 3,773 square feet of living space comprises sun-filled rooms and lightly finished hardwood flooring. The spacious living room has a wood-burning fireplace, and the family room has a vaulted ceiling – both with French doors that open out to a stone patio and gardens with perennial plantings and specimen trees. The fenced yard is also the setting for a heated in-ground pool. The kitchen has white-on-white décor, with black and stainless appliances; it’s complemented by a butler’s pantry. Two of the four bedrooms, including the primary suite, are on the first floor, while the second level comprises two additional bedrooms, a full bath and a sitting room. This property boasts a recently installed central air-conditioning system. Its two-car garage is attached to the house via a breezeway. The Greenwich Public Schools for this property are North Street School, Central Middle and Greenwich High.





Listing agent: Kimberly Messier, Douglas Elliman Real Estate; 203-622-4900 office; 917-842-0816 cell; [email protected]






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472 N. Maple Ave., Greenwich

Beds: 4 Baths: 3 full, 1 partial

Square footage: 3,773

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