Come Home to Newton Centre and Make Happy Memories

22 Sharpe Street, Newton, MA 02459
Offered at $1,568,000
11 rooms, 5+ bedrooms, 4 1/2 baths

Newton South HomeBeautifully maintained 5 bedroom (plus) home located on a corner lot on a broad tree lined street in Newton Centre. Set back on a generous corner lot, this handsome turnkey home has colossal curb appeal with a partial brick and clapboard exterior.

Enter a gracious open living area featuring high tray ceilings with dental molding, a living room with fireplace, full dining room, and 3-season sun-room. You will enjoy spending quality time in the family room. Depending on the season you may prefer to step outside and enjoy dinner on the spacious deck.  Updated eat-in kitchen with stone counter tops and stainless-steel appliances perfect for your morning coffee. First floor also features a bedroom/office suite with full bath; as well as a half bath with laundry.

The 2nd floor has a fabulous master suite with vaulted ceilings, en-suite bath with double vanities, walk-in closet, and generous sitting room with French doors opening to your private deck. 3 additional bedrooms all with large closets and a family bath with double vanities and toilet room complete the second floor.

Finished basement offers fabulous in-law potential with separate entrance to bonus living space including living room, fireplace, kitchen area, full bathroom, den and storage space.

Two car garage and desirable Newton Centre location.

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I am a Realtor with Keller Williams Realty in Chestnut Hill, and a wife, mother, #adoringgrandmother, and a #secretgeek. I have helped people buy and sell homes in Greater Boston neighborhoods for over 13 years and counting. As native Bostonian, I am experienced in the local real estate market and the neighborhoods. I have won multiple awards including 2012 Good Neighbor Award from the Greater Boston Association of Realtors and the 2013 Keeper of the Culture Service Award from Keller Williams Chestnut Hill Market Center. Part of staying engaged with my community, I help run OurNewton.org, a volunteer website that promotes community events in Newton. Real estate is local, community is the thread of social fabric.

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