200 Hobart Avenue, Summit, New Jersey, United States, 07901
Sitting majestically on 2.46 acres in Summit, New Jersey, this renovated Tudor Revival recently relisted for $3.7 million. Built c.1920, the owners recently spent upwards of $500,000 on a substantial renovation including a new kitchen, family room and a redesigned master suite with sitting room. Enter into a vestibule with arched wood door, original tile floor, arched ceiling with decorative frieze moulding before continuing into the large reception hall with wide plank hardwood floors, decorative plaster upper walls and window seat with leaded glass windows. There is a front-to-back formal living room with rustic wood beamed ceiling, formal dining room with a large bay window, restored library/den with oak panelling and carved stone fireplace and a lovely restored butler’s pantry with original hand-painted cabinetry with glass front upper cabinets.
The renovated chef’s kitchen features all new kitchen cabinets with combination of painted and walnut stained with accent glass cabinets with walnut wood backing and glass shelves. Up the carved wood staircase you’ll find the newly redesigned master suite with custom walk-in-closet, sitting room and renovated bathroom. There are 6 bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms. The home sits on a 2.46 acre property with circular driveway featuring original cobblestone gutters, an oversized bluestone patio running nearly the entire length of the home, a bluestone terrace off the sunroom and a secret garden framed with stone walls and lush plantings. The property also includes a heated garage with original carriage doors and a charming carriage house. The property is on the market for $3.7 million with Sue Adler of Keller Williams.